Although a recent trend toward lower gasoline pump prices may be coming to an end, fuel remains relatively cheap and consumers have little to complain about, an oil industry analyst said Sunday.

During the two-week period that ended Oct. 21, the average price of a gallon of gasoline dropped 0.79 cents nationwide, said Trilby Lundberg, who regularly surveys prices.It was the fourth drop of nearly a cent since August and might be the last for a while, Lundberg said.

"It'll take more than a few days but if the trend continues, this could be the last drop of this size for the immediate time," she said.

But, she said, the average price of $1.04 is still 1.17 cents lower than a year ago.