DIESEL UP 57 CENTS!!

The cost of diesel fuel is 57.4 cents per gallon higher than it was one year ago. The United States average is now $3.157 per gallon. California is the highest area in the country @ $3.83. The lowest is in the Gulf Coast region @ $2.94 a gallon. The Energy Information Administration sites many factors for the increase. OPEC is committed to reducing oil production until the end of 2018. Tensions between the United States and Iran are another factor. The EIA predicts that the price will climb from now through September. Carrier operations will be effected as this rising expense joins driver compensation as the factor to determine delivery cost.

 

Source: Transport Topics

DIESEL ON THE RISE!

The average price of a gallon of diesel fuel in the United States increased over 6 cents the week of April 16, 2018. The price jumped to $3.104 a gallon making it the largest single increase of the year. This price is up over 50 cents a gallon more than this time last year, when it was $2.597. Because of this volatile market, some carriers are operating trucks that run on compressed natural gas.source:transport topics

DIESEL FUEL PRICES

The U. S on-highway diesel fuel price for the week of April 22, 2018 averaged $3.133 per gallon. It has been on the rise for the past month. The most expensive region in America is on the West Coast. The price per gallon ranges from $3.616 to nearly $4.00 at $3.815. The only region in the country less than $3.00 per gallon is the Gulf Coast at $2.936. Source: www.eia.goc/ diesel

 

WEEKLY DIESEL FUEL PRICES

The United States on-highway diesel fuel price for the week of 4/02/18 averaged $3.042 per gallon. This price is up 0.032 from the previous week. The price increased in every region in the country. California remained the highest price at $3.714 per gallon. The Gulf Coast region continues to be the most economical at $2.851 per gallon.

 

 

source:www.eai.gov/gasdiesel