EIA: US Retail Diesel Fuel Up 2.4%%, Highest since Nov. 201
10/18 3:52 PM
EIA: US Retail Diesel Fuel Up 2.4%, Highest since Nov. 2014 OAKHURST, N.J. (DTN) -- The on-highway U.S. diesel fuel retail price average posted a fourth straight weekly gain, up 8.5cts to $3.671 gallon as of today, the highest price since early November 2014, the Energy Information Administration reported. The price is nearly $1.283 higher than the same time in 2020. DTN's national diesel fuel rack average also continued higher, up 4.72cts in the week ended today to $2.6756 gallon, the highest price point since Nov. 21, 2014 when it was $2.6779 gallon. Retail on-highway diesel prices once again rose across all of the major PADDs, with the smallest gain registered in the Rocky Mountain PADD 4, where the price added 5.9cts to $3.732 gallon as of today, while consumers along the East and West coasts saw prices spike 9.3cts to $3.655 gallon and $4.226 gallon, respectively. (c) Copyright 2021 DTN, LLC. All rights reserved.
 
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