Diesel fuel price report: May 28, 2013
Following two weeks of increases, U.S. diesel fuel prices decreased in nearly every region this week. The Central Atlantic and Rocky Mountain regions experienced the only increases in the United States, with the Central Atlantic region seeing a $0.003 per gallon increase and the Rocky Mountain region seeing a $0.015 per gallon increase.
All other regions experienced decreases, with California experiencing the largest decline at $0.028 per gallon less than last week and $0.184 per gallon less than a year ago.
National diesel costs are also declining. Diesel prices in the U.S. are $0.010 per gallon less than a week ago and $0.017 per gallon less than a year ago.
|5/28/13||Change From One Week Ago||Change From One Year Ago|
|West Coast less California||$3.917||-0.015||-0.172|
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (dollars per gallon, prices include all taxes).
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