Diesel fuel price report: November 25, 2013

EQW Staff

November 25, 2013


Following four consecutive weeks of decline, U.S. diesel fuel prices have increased, rising $0.022 per gallon for the week ending November 25.

Diesel prices also rose in most U.S. regions, while two regions saw no change.

The Midwest region experienced the greatest weekly increase, with diesel costing $0.035 per gallon more than a week ago, but $0.194 per gallon less than a year ago.

In two regions — the West Coast region and the West Coast less California — diesel fuel costs remained unchanged since last week, though prices are down $0.161 per gallon and $0.198, respectively, year over year.

The average price for diesel in the U.S. this week is $0.022 higher than a week ago and $0.190 per gallon lower than a year ago.

Year-over-year costs decreased in every region. All prices reflect on-highway diesel fuel costs.



Change From One Week Ago

Change From One Year Ago





East Coast




  New England




  Central Atlantic




  Lower Atlantic








Gulf Coast




Rocky Mountain




West Coast




  West Coast less California








Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (dollars per gallon, prices include all taxes).

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