Diesel Fuel Prices
January 13, 2017 Diesel Fuel No Comments

Diesel fuel prices Jan. 13 go up for sixth consecutive week

Rising diesel fuel prices continue to trend in 2017, climbing for a sixth straight week to numbers that haven’t been seen at the pump since August 2015.

The national average of on-highway diesel fuel prices rose moderately to $2.597, up 1.1 cents from the prior week.  However, prices have inflated 42 cents more than the same time last year, when diesel was $2.177 a gallon, as reported by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) on January 9th.

The most expensive fuel is located in the West Coast region, with diesel prices averaging at $2.873, up 2.6 cents from last week.  California rose over three cents this week, to $2.953 per gallon, the highest in the nation.  On a two-week surge of more than 12 cents, the Central Atlantic took the second highest spot from West Coast less California with $2.813 per gallon.

The cheapest diesel is in the Gulf Coast, the only region with fuel prices that decreased for the week, ringing in at $2.448 per gallon, three-tenths of a cent less than the week before.

The EIA lists diesel fuel prices Jan. 13 in the other regions of the U.S. as follows:

  • East Coast – $2.648
  • Rocky Mountain – $2.541
  • Midwest – $2.547

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (Jan 2017)

 

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