Nationwide common diesel gasoline costs have been $2.67 per gallon as of Jan. 11, in line with the U.S. Power Info Administration. This uptick continues the rising pattern we’ve got seen since early November 2020, and is now matching costs seen in late March 2020.
Whereas solely a $0.03 enhance from the earlier week, general nationwide common costs are syill down round 40 cents per gallon in comparison with identical time final 12 months, however the hole is closing.
In 2020, a peak of $3.08 occured the week of Jan. 6 and diesel costs had, on common, declined or remained steady till early November. Costs skilled a gentle rise all through the rest of 2020.
Nationwide common gasoline costs are nonetheless down year-over-year however are additionally persevering with a rise week-over-week with U.S. nationwide averages hitting $2.32 per gallon as of Jan. 11, 2021.
Present common diesel costs by area decreased between $0.35 and $0.48, in line with the EIA, due partly to a typical worth rise this time of 12 months that costs haven’t matched. All areas noticed some enhance week-over-week.
- East Coast: $2.72
- Midwest: $2.61
- Gulf Coast: $2.43
- Rocky Mountains: $2.59
- West Coast: $3.14
Initially posted on Work Truck Online