After a peak in January 2020, diesel prices were on a steady decline since the beginning of the year.  - Photo: U.S. EIA

After a peak in January 2020, diesel prices were on a steady decline since the beginning of the year. 

Photo: U.S. EIA

National average diesel fuel prices hit $2.43 per gallon as of June 22, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. This is a 3-cent rise from the previous week, but overall, prices are still down around 62 cents per gallon compared to same time last year. 

So far in 2020, a peak of $3.08 occured the week of Jan. 6 and diesel prices have declined since then. National average gasoline prices are also experiencing a gradual rise, according to AAA. 

Current average diesel prices by region have all increased week-over-week, but are still down year-over-year, according to the EIA: 

  • East Coast: $2.52
  • Midwest: $2.29
  • Gulf Coast: $2.20
  • Rocky Mountains: $2.35
  • West Coast: $2.95

Originally posted on Work Truck Online

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