Diesel fuel prices across the U.S. remained relatively flat according to the weekly report published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The average price per gallon came in at $2.407, dropping just -$0.002 from last week. Prices are down -$0.127 on average year over year.
Different regions saw diesel prices fall while others saw prices rise this week. The Central Atlantic, Rocky Mountains and West Coast all increased while New England, the Lower Atlantic, Midwest and Gulf Coast all decreased. The highest hike came in the Rockies with a scant $0.017 jump. The biggest drop came from the Lower Atlantic with a decrease of -$0.006.
The region paying the highest price is California with an average of $2.746. The lowest price was found in the Gulf Coast with an average of $2.264.
No matter where your fleet operates, make sure that you purchase your fuel with the “Powerful Card”. It offers cash price at the pump and savings through the Zero Fee network.