US EIA Reports Price Drop

  • US EIA Reports Price Drop

    In today’s Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Update, the US EIA reported regular unleaded fuel prices across the US dropped for the 13th consecutive week, this time by $0.081 per gallon to $3.356. Fuel prices haven’t been this low since before January 9, 2012. Unleaded regular fuel prices are now $0.223 per gallon lower than one year ago.

    The Midwest and West Coast regions both saw a weekly drop of $0.108 per gallon, the biggest decrease of all the regions in the US. In the West Coast region, the average regular unleaded fuel price is now $0.47 per gallon less than one month ago.

    Regular unleaded fuel price averages are lower than last year in every region except in the Rocky Mountain region, where fuel prices are $0.064 per gallon higher than last year.

    Diesel prices dropped $0.03 per gallon, which is $0.202 per gallon lower than this time last year.

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