Diesel prices continue to decrease in most regions during the second week of July. The cost of fuel in the United States went down an average of -$0.018 from last week. The West Coast saw the largest regional price decrease with -$0.032 while the Gulf Coast only saw a decrease of -$0.004. The Rocky Mountain region was the only one to see an increase in price with $0.002.
All regions saw a decrease from this time last year with an average -$1.080 for the United States. The lowest diesel prices this week were found in the Midwest with an average of $2.708. The West Coast had the highest diesel prices again with an average price of $3.037. These fuel prices are a part of a weekly report published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
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