The average price for a gallon of diesel fuel across the U.S. jiggled up just slightly from a week ago, according to the federal Energy Information Administration.
On Monday, March 11, the EIA reported the U.S. average price for a gallon of diesel fuel was three-tenths of a cent higher than a week previous.
Monday’s average price is a dime higher than one year ago.
Following are the average prices by region as reported by the EIA for Monday:
- U.S. – $3.079, up three-tenths of a cent.
- East Coast – $3.23, up two-fifths of a cent.
- New England – $3.183, up three-fifths of a cent.
- Central Atlantic – $3.315, up 1.4 cents.
- Lower Atlantic – $2.9815, down two-fifths of a cent.
- Midwest – $3.011, down three-tenths of a cent.
- Gulf Coast – $2.8817 up 2.1 cents.
- Rocky Mountain – $2.939, up 1.1 cents.
- West Coast – $3.505, up one-fifth of a cent.
- West Coast without California – $3.12, up seven-tenths of a cent.
- California – $3.7789, down one-tenth of a cent.