Diesel fuel price report: May 13, 2013
Despite recent declines, U.S. diesel fuel prices increased in nearly every region this week. The Central Atlantic region experienced the only decline in the United States, with a $0.001 per gallon decrease. All other regions experienced increases, with the West Coast less California experiencing the largest jump at $0.053 per gallon more than last week but $0.309 less than a year ago.
Though weekly prices jumped, diesel prices are generally continuing to decline year-over-year. Diesel prices in the U.S. are $0.021 more than a week ago but $0.138 less than a year ago.
|5/13/13||Change From One Week Ago||Change From One Year Ago|
|West Coast less California||$3.883||+0.053||-0.309|
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (dollars per gallon, prices include all taxes).
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