Diesel price's downward trend continues

| Wednesday, November 30, 2005

The price of diesel fell, yet again, Wednesday, Nov. 30, with only a couple of areas reporting slight increases.

ProMiles reported a national average of $2.482 per gallon Nov. 30, down more than a penny from the previous day. New Hampshire and North Dakota were the only states to post increases.

ProMiles reported a low of $2.243 per gallon in Oklahoma and a high of $2.767 per gallon in Washington. Both of those are down slightly from the previous day.

Meanwhile, AAA reported a national average of $2.607 per gallon on Nov. 30, less than a penny lower than the previous day.

The AAA reported a low of $2.343 per gallon in Oklahoma, up slightly from the previous day. There was a high of $2.874 per gallon in New York.

On the retail side, most stations were showing their lowest prices were in Oklahoma City Nov. 30.

Flying J reported a low price of $2.149 per gallon at stations in Oklahoma City and Edmond, OK.

Love’s was reporting a low of $2.169 per gallon in Oklahoma, as was Pilot. Travel Centers of America also reported a low of $2.199 per gallon in Oklahoma City.

Petro was reporting a low price of $2.099 per gallon in Gadsden, AL.

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