The national average price for on-highway diesel was $2.835, up 3 cents for the week ending Monday, June 25, 2007.
By category, remaining low-sulfur diesel supplies averaged $2.786, which was up 3.8 cents from the previous week, while ultra-low sulfur diesel averaged $2.847, up 2.5 cents, the U.S. Energy Information Administration reported.
ULSD on its own was up 4 cents on average in California, where the price jumped from $3.033 to $3.073 per gallon.
The biggest increase for ULSD was 4.7 cents in the New England region, where prices increased from $2.873 to $2.920.
Next up was the Central Atlantic region, where ULSD averaged $2.913, 4.6 cents higher than the previous week’s average of $2.867 per gallon.
ULSD in the East Coast region climbed an average of 2.8 cents per gallon from $2.818 to $2.846. In the Lower Atlantic region, ULSD increased 1.7 cents to average $2.797 per gallon.
The cheapest diesel by regional average remained the Gulf Coast region at $2.782 despite an increase of 2.3 cents.
ULSD in the Midwest region averaged $2.820, up 2.8 cents from $2.792.
The Rocky Mountain region averaged $2.941 per gallon for ULSD, an increase of 2.8 cents.
The West Coast region had an average ULSD price of $2.993, up 2.5 cents from the previous week’s average of $2.968 per gallon.