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By Jeff Berman · May 10, 2016
The average price saw a slight gain of $0.5 to $2.271 per gallon, which is now the highest level of 2016 to date, topping last week’s average of $2.266. The previous high prior to last week was the week of December 28, when it was at $2.237 per gallon.
By LM Staff · May 3, 2016
With a 6.8 cent gain to $2.266 per gallon, this week’s average diesel price is at its highest level since the week of December 28, when it was at $2.237 per gallon.
By LM Staff · April 19, 2016
This increase tops the 1.3 cent increase from a week ago, with this week’s price marking the seventh straight week the average price has been above the $2 per gallon mark.
By LM Staff · April 12, 2016
This marks the sixth consecutive week the average price has topped the $2 per gallon mark, going back to the week of March 7 when it was at $2.021. During that period, it has risen a cumulative 10.2 cents.
By LM Staff · March 29, 2016
Heading up $0.02 to $2.121 per gallon, this follows a 2 cent increase last week.
By LM Staff · March 15, 2016
The average price per gallon shot up 7.8 cents to $2.099 per gallon, pushing the average price above the $2 benchmark for the first time since the week of February 15, when it was at $2.008 per gallon.
By LM Staff · March 8, 2016
The average price per gallon for diesel gasoline headed up for the third week in a row, according to data issued by the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA). With a 3.2 cent gain to $2.021 per gallon, diesel has gone up a total of 4.1 cents over the last three weeks.
By LM Staff · March 1, 2016
Rising 0.6 cents to $1.989 per gallon, this follows a 0.3 cent increase last week. These slight gains follow 14 straight weeks of declines, during which the price dropped a cumulative 50.2 cents, with several of those weeks reaching low price levels not seen in several years.
By LM Staff · February 9, 2016
With a 2.3 cent decline to $2.008 per gallon, this week’s price stands as the lowest national average going back to the week of March 16, 2009, when it checked in at $2.017.
By LM Staff · February 2, 2016
Over this 12-week stretch of declines, diesel prices have dropped a cumulative 46.1 cents. And the current average price per gallon is now at its lowest level since the week of March 16, 2009, when it was at $2.017 per gallon. The previous lowest comparison week prior to this week’s decline was the week of March 23, 2009, when it was at $2.09.
By LM Staff · January 26, 2016
Diesel prices keep falling, with the United States Department of Energy Administration reporting this week that the average price per gallon of diesel dropped 4.1 cents to $2.071 per gallon this week.
By LM Staff · January 20, 2016
Diesel gasoline’s average price per gallon fell 6.5 cents this week to $2.112 per gallon. This marks the tenth straight week of declines for a cumulative 38 cents with the current average price at its lowest level since the week of March 23, 2009, when it was at $2.09. The previous lowest comparison week prior to this week’s decline was the week of May 4, 2009, when it was as $2.185.
By LM Staff · January 5, 2016
Diesel prices dropped 2.4 cents this week to $2.211 per gallon, according to data issued by the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration. The average price per gallon is now at its lowest level since the week of May 4, 2009, when it was at $2.185.
By LM Staff · December 15, 2015
The average price per gallon of diesel gasoline dropped 4.1 cents to $2.338 per gallon, according to data issued yesterday by the Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration. This marks the fifth straight weekly decline, with prices falling a cumulative 16.4 cents over that span.
By LM Staff · December 9, 2015
With a 4.5 cent decline, the average price per gallon now stands at $2.379 which is a mere 2.7 cents above the lowest weekly average going back to June 1, 2009, when it was as $2.352 per gallon. Over this four-week stretch of declines, diesel has fallen a cumulative 12.3 cents.

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