The U.S. average price for a gallon of diesel remained unchanged for the week ending Nov. 1, standing pat at $3.067. The price is 25.9 cents more expensive than the price during the same week a year ago, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
Most regions tracked by DOE also saw little change, with the biggest increase found in the Rocky Mountains, where prices climbed 1.3 cent to $3.141. The largest decrease, 0.3 cent, was found in both the Lower Atlantic and Gulf Coast regions, where prices fell to $3.005 and $2.982, respectively.
The Gulf Coast region’s price was the nation’s least expensive, while the most expensive was found on the West Coast, where prices dipped 0.1 cent to $3.242. California, which DOE tracks separately, saw prices increase 0.8 cent to $3.237; that price is 26.3 cents more expensive than the price during the same week a year ago.