The average price for a gallon of diesel fuel dropped another 2 cents per gallon in the U.S. this week, making a third week of declining prices in a row, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Update.
A gallon of diesel fuel averaged $3.849 per gallon this week — exactly 2 cents less than last week’s $3.869 figure. However, this week’s figures are still 6.8 cents per gallon higher than the same week last year.
Regionally, diesel prices declined across the board, with the biggest decreases seen in the Midwest.
Here’s the breakdown for the week ending June 10:
- East Coast: $3.839 this week, $3.855 last week
- New England: $3.978 this week, $3.984 last week
- Central Atlantic: $3.907 this week, $3.920 last week
- Lower Atlantic: $3.762 this week, $3.783 last week
- Midwest: $3.877 this week, $3.900 last week
- Gulf Coast: $3.748 this week, $3.770 last week
- Rocky Mountains: $3.865 this week, $3.866 last week
- California: $4.025 this week, $4.008 last week.