Diesel Prices Increase Across U.S. for First Time in 15 Weeks

Diesel Prices Increase Across U.S. for First Time in 15 Weeks
Diesel Prices

After 14 consecutive weeks of dropping diesel prices, the United States excluding New England saw a rise in prices from August to September. The cost of fuel in the U.S. went up an average of +$0.020. The Midwest saw the largest price increase with +$0.040, while the smallest rise was seen in the Central Atlantic region at +$0.002. The New England region was the only one to see a price drop with -$0.010.

All regions still saw a decrease from this time last year with an average -$1.280 for the U.S. The lowest diesel prices this week were found again in the Gulf Coast region with an average price of $2.385. California had the highest regional diesel prices again with an average price of $2.872. These fuel prices are a part of a weekly report published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

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