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Diesel slip 1.7 ¢ to $ 3.144, second straight drop

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The national average price of diesel fell 1.7 cents to $ 3.144 a gallon, according to data released on April 5 by the Energy Information Agency.

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  • The decrease was the second consecutive year after the 20th consecutive week of increase. Trucks’ main fuel fell 3.3 cents a gallon in the week of March 29th.
  • Based on the national average, a gallon of diesel is 59.6 cents higher than it was a year ago.
  • According to an EIA study, trucks’ major fuels are declining in all 10 regions, but gallon costs are higher in all 10 regions than they are in 2020.
  • Diesel prices fell the most on the Mid-Atlantic coast to 2.3 cents.
  • Gasoline went in the opposite direction, rising half a penny to $ 2.857 per gallon, 93.3 cents higher than it was a year ago.

US Highway Diesel Fuel Prices

EIA.gov

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Diesel slip 1.7 ¢ to $ 3.144, second straight drop

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