Gulf Coast and Lower Atlantic: Only Regions to Avoid Increased Diesel Prices

Gulf Coast and Lower Atlantic: Only Regions to Avoid Increased Diesel Prices
Diesel Prices

All regions experienced slight increases in diesel prices, with the exception of the Gulf Coast. The increasing regions went up by two or less cents. The Lower Atlantic remained the same with no increase of decrease. The Gulf Coast saw a drop of -$0.006 to a price of $2.121. The Rocky Mountain region saw the largest increase with $0.022 while the smallest increase was found in the East Coast with $0.003. The U.S. had an average price of $2.271 per gallon, rising $0.005 from last week.

All regions still saw a decrease from this time last year, with an average -$0.607 for the U.S. The region paying the highest price at the pump is California with an average price of $2.594. The lowest price was found in the Gulf Coast with an average price of $2.131. These fuel prices are a part of a weekly report published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

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