The national average retail price of a gallon of diesel didn’t change from last week, remaining at $3.280 for the week ending Monday, Feb. 11, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. This week’s price is 80.4 cents higher than the same week last year. The average price now has been above $3 for 21 consecutive weeks.
The eight regions tracked by DOE saw a mixture of price increases and decreases. The largest increase, 2.2 cents, was in the West Coast region, where prices climbed to $3.347. The smallest increase, 0.4 cent, was in the Rocky Mountain region, where prices trickled upward to $3.264.
The biggest decrease, 2.6 cents, was in the Central Atlantic region, where prices fell to $3.412. The smallest decrease, 0.8 cent, was in the Gulf Coast region, where prices fell to $3.239, the nation’s cheapest diesel.
The nation’s most expensive diesel, $3.542, was in the New England region, where week-over-week prices declined 2.4 cents.
For state-by-state diesel prices, updated daily, click here.