US EIA Reports $.02 Fuel Price Increase

  • US EIA Reports $.02 Fuel Price Increase

    According to the US Energy Information Administration today, retail fuel prices across the US rose again this week.

    The U.S. average retail fuel price for a gallon of gasoline increased for the second straight week, up more than two cents from last week to $2.98 per gallon, and $0.38 per gallon higher than last year at this time. West Coast gasoline prices increased more than three cents, the largest gain versus last week. West Coast gasoline remains the most expensive in the country at $3.19 per gallon. Prices on the East Coast and in the Rocky Mountains were up almost three cents, while prices on the Gulf Coast gained more than two cents. Rounding out the regions, the Midwest saw its average gasoline price increase a penny from last week.

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