Diesel Price Down Slightly

 

For the fourth week in a row, the average price for a gallon of diesel across the U.S. has dropped, according to the weekly report issued for Monday, June 10, by the Energy Information Administration.

The U.S. average price for diesel dropped 3.1 cents. It is 16.1 cents lower than a year ago.

Two regions have diesel prices of less than $3 per gallon: the Lower Atlantic and Gulf Coast.

The largest decreases were in California (5.1 cents per gallon) and the Rocky Mountain region (4.9 cents).

Following are the average prices for diesel fuel by region as reported by the EIA for Monday:

  • U.S. – $3.105, down 3.1 cents.
  • East Coast – $3.125, down 2.8 cents.
  • New England – $3.185, down 3.4 cents.
  • Central Atlantic – $3.308, down 3.6 cents.
  • Lower Atlantic – $2.989, down 2.2 cents.
  • Midwest – $3.002, down 2.4 cents.
  • Gulf Coast – $2.843, down 3.2 cents.
  • Rocky Mountain – $3.114, down 4.9 cents.
  • West Coast – $3.715, down 4.5 cents.
  • West Coast without California – $3.282, down 3.8 cents.
  • California – $4.058, down 5.1 cents.