The price of Brent crude oil, which is followed as a benchmark across the world, was slipping closer to $100 today.
The cost of a barrel of crude for delivery in November (if you want it on your doorstep) reached a low of $100.34.
But what about the cost of fuel to fill up our cars?
The latest average price for unleaded petrol (from petrolprices.com) is 135.03p, while diesel is 139.72 a litre.
If you think that is high, it might stoke your anger to look back at fuel prices in February, the last time Brent actually closed a trading day below $100.
The average price reported by the AA for February was 128.88p for unleaded and 132.8p for diesel.
So today we are paying around 7p extra per litre.