The average price for a gallon of diesel fuel remained unchanged at $2.426 last week, with various regions recording slight increases and decreases at the pump.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), prices are still 41.7 cents per gallon cheaper than a year ago this week. Minuscule increases were reported in the Lower Atlantic states, the Midwest and the Rocky Mountains, with all other areas showing slight dips of between .001 cents and 1.1 cents per gallon.
At $2.08 per gallon, California reported the highest diesel prices. Meanwhile, truck drivers in the Gulf Coast states enjoyed pump prices in the $2.285 range.
Shown below are diesel prices by region for the week ending Monday, June 27:
East Coast: $2.443 last week, $2.442 this week
New England: $2.494 last week, $2.491 this week
Central Atlantic: $2.542 last week, $2.535 this week
Lower Atlantic: $2.358 last week, $2.361 this week
Midwest: $2.386 last week, $2.389 this week
Gulf Coast: $2.296 last week, $2.285 this week
Rocky Mountains: $2.413 last week, $2.429 this week
California: $2.786 last week, $2.803 this week.