The U.S. average retail price for a gallon of diesel dropped nearly 2 more cent from a week ago, according to the weekly report issued for Monday, Oct. 7, by the Energy Information Administration.
Decreases were reported for every region, except for California, where the average price for diesel fuel increased by a half of a cent.
The U.S. average diesel fuel price is 33.8 cents lower than reported one year ago, according to the EIA.
Following are the average diesel fuel prices by region as reported by the EIA for Monday:
U.S. – $3.047, down 1.9 cents.
- East Coast – $3.041, down 2.4 cents.
- New England – $3.047, down nine-tenths of a cent.
- Central Atlantic – $3.224, down 1.4 cents.
- Lower Atlantic – $2.915, down 3.3 cents.
- Midwest – $2.967, down 2 cents.
- Gulf Coast – $2.804, down 2.3 cents.
- Rocky Mountain – $3.022, down 1 cent.
- West Coast – $3.642, down three-tenths of a cent.
- West Coast without California – $3.215, down 1.3 cents.
- California – $3.981, up a half of a cent.