The U.S. average price for a gallon of diesel as reported by the federal Energy Information Administration fuel remained virtually the same as reported a week ago.
On Monday, Feb. 4, the EIA reported the average price for a gallon of diesel across the U.S. was one-tenth of a cent lower than as last Monday. The price is 12 cents lower than the price one year ago.
The Midwest was the one region where a price increase was recorded by the EIA. There, the average price for a gallon of diesel went up 3.3 cents.
Following are the average prices by region as reported by the EIA for Monday:
- U.S. – $2.966, up one-tenth of a cent.
- East Coast – $3.038, down 1.2 cents.
- New England – $3.176, down 1.2 cents.
- Central Atlantic – $3.227, down 1 cent.
- Lower Atlantic – $2.879, down 1.4 cents.
- Midwest – $2.839, up 3.3 cents.
- Gulf Coast – $2.779, down 1 cent.
- Rocky Mountain – $2.883, down 2.8 cents.
- West Coast – $3.435, down 1.3 cents.
- West Coast without California – $3.087, down 1.2 cents.
- California – $3.711, down 1.5 cents.