Gasoline prices fell more than 3 cents over the past two weeks despite the eruption of war in the Middle East and a Persian Gulf oil spill that surpassed the Exxon Valdez calamity.

The average price for all grades of gasoline at full- and self-service stations was 130.35 cents per gallon Friday, down 3.08 cents from Jan. 11, according to the nationwide Lund-berg Survey released Sunday.The biggest retail price decline over the two-week period was for regular unleaded gasoline at self-service stations. Its price fell 3.33 cents, to an average 118.03 cents per gallon, the survey said.