Average diesel prices reach 32-month high

 

The average price of a gallon of on-highway diesel went up 3.3 cents to $2.915 per gallon for the week ending Monday, Nov. 13. This marks the fifth consecutive increase after one week of decreases and the highest prices since March 9, 2015, when diesel was $2.944.

Diesel prices went up in all 10 regions in the United States, according to the Energy Information Administration. The largest average increase was in the California, where prices at the pump went up 6.9 cents per gallon. Prices went up 2.3 cents in the Midwest region, the smallest increase in the nation.

Following are the average prices by region as reported by the EIA:
• U.S. – $2.915, up 3.3 cents
• East Coast – $2.884, up 3.6 cents
• New England – $2.85, up 3.8 cents
• Central Atlantic – $3.018, up 4.3 cents
• Lower Atlantic – $2.795, up 3.1 cents
• Midwest – $2.884, up 2.3 cents
• Gulf Coast – $2.697, up 2.9 cents
• Rocky Mountain – $2.992, up 2.7 cents
• West Coast – $3.39, up 5.8 cents
• West Coast less California – $3.12, up 4.5 cents
• California – $3.61, up 6.9 cents