Diesel fuel prices for the week ending Monday, Feb. 13, increased from the previous week, the U.S. Department of Energy reported. The U.S. average rose by 4.1 cents, topping out at $2.476, the exact price recorded this week one year ago.
The only location to record a price drop was the Rocky Mountain region, which saw a decrease of six-tenths of a cent; the Rockies averaged $2.517. The highest prices were on the West Coast and in the New England region; the West Coast averaged $2.777 and the New England region averaged $2.625. The nation’s lowest prices were on the Gulf Coast and in the Lower Atlantic region, recording averages of $2.394 and $2.408, respectively.
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