First Week of June Continues to Heat Up Diesel Prices

First Week of June Continues to Heat Up Diesel Prices

June 6 2016 Diesel Prices

This week, diesel prices continued on an upward hike. The rising of diesel prices has been consistent for nine weeks straight. The largest increase was $0.035 in the West Coast excluding California. The diesel price increase with the smallest margin was found in the Rocky Mountain region at $0.015. Overall, the United States had an average price of $2.407 per gallon, up $0.025 from last week.

All regions still saw a decrease from this time last year, with an average -$0.477 for the U.S. The region paying the highest price at the pump is California with an average price of $2.746. The lowest price was found in the Gulf Coast with an average diesel price of $2.278. These fuel prices are a part of a weekly report published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

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