Another Diesel Record at $2.053

Last week the national average price for diesel rose to a new record after rising another 4.1 cents to $2.053 per gallon over the previous week’s chart-busting prices. With record high crude oil prices continuing to rise, the Department of Energy cautioned that more record-breakers are possible, even expected, through October.

See DOE Expects More Record Diesel Prices

All regions posted an increase, with the West Coast sustaining the steepest hike, up 6.9 cents to $2.238 per gallon. The Gulf Coast region incurred the most modest increase, up 2.9 cents to $2.00. The Gulf Coast region is also the cheapest to fill up in, while the most expensive prices are once again in California, at $2.29.

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