U.S. gas prices are likely to keep falling despite the Israel-Hamas war, analysts say

. This is largely due to the strong demand seen in the US, caused by economic recovery and the generally mild winter. Although the conflict in the Middle East could potentially disrupt the global energy market, the US already has ample supplies of crude and is unlikely to be affected. Additionally, US oil companies have significant domestic investments that can help them to outlast any disruption in the Middle East.