The final week of August brought further dropping diesel prices across all regions in the United States. The cost of fuel in the U.S. went down an average of -$0.047. Diesel prices have been consistently dropping in the U.S. for 14 straight weeks. New England saw the largest price drop with -$0.066, while the smallest drop was seen in the Rocky Mountain region at -$0.30.
All regions saw a major decrease from this time last year with an average -$1.300 in the U.S. The lowest diesel prices this week were found again in the Gulf Coast region with an average price of $2.376. California had the highest regional diesel prices again with an average price of $2.851. These fuel prices are a part of a weekly report published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
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