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EIA Revises Summer Fuel Prices Outlook

May 10, 2011

WASHINGTON – The Energy Information Administration (EIA) revised its summer outlook for gasoline and diesel prices. For Q2 2011, the EIA projects wholesale gasoline prices of $3.21 for Q2 and $3.09 for Q3, retail gasoline prices of $3.85 for Q2 and $3.76 for Q3, and a seasonal price of $3.81.

For diesel, the EIA projects wholesale prices of $3.20 for Q2 and $3.15 for Q3, and retail prices of $4.04 for Q2 and $3.97 for Q3, and a seasonal price of $4.00.

You can view the full chart from the EIA here: U.S. Motor Summer Gasoline Outlook.

 

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