July Diesel Prices Decrease for Two-Thirds of the U.S.

July Diesel Prices Decrease for Two-Thirds of the U.S.
Diesel Prices

July starts off with another round of drops in diesel prices for most regions. The cost of fuel in the United States went down an average of $0.011 from last week. The Gulf Coast saw the largest regional price decrease with -$0.018 while the Midwest only saw a decrease of -$0.007. Both the Rocky Mountain region and the West Coast saw increases in price by $0.009 and $0.001, respectively.

Even though the Midwest had the smallest decrease in price from last week, it had the largest decrease from this time last year with -$1.138. Along with the Midwest, all other regions saw a decrease from this time last year. The lowest diesel prices this week were again found in the Gulf Coast with an average of $2.712. The West Coast had the highest diesel prices with an average of $3.069. These fuel prices are a part of a weekly report published by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

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