Diesel Prices Ascend For Fifth Straight Week

Diesel Prices Ascend For Fifth Straight Week

May 18 2015 Diesel Graph 2.0-01

Diesel prices went up an average of $0.02 for the second week in a row in the United States. The New England region saw the least growth in price with +$0.002. This region also has the highest decrease in price at -$1.046 from one year ago today.

The lowest fuel price in the nation was seen in the Midwest region at an average of $2.791. California region saw the highest diesel prices this week with an average of $3.268. Fuel prices have been climbing higher for five solid weeks. These fuel prices are a part of a weekly report published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

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