“The nationwide average price of diesel continued to climb last week, according to the Department of Energy’s weekly report released Sept. 24. Trucking’s main fuel increased nationally by three-tenths of a cent to $3.271 from $3.268. Diesel now costs 48.3 cents a gallon more than it did a year ago, when the price was $2.788. The average price of diesel increased in all but two of the 10 regions the Energy Department report monitors. Prices dropped in the Rocky Mountain region by eight-tenths of a cent, to $3.355 a gallon from $3.363, and by four-tenths of a cent in the Gulf Coast, to $3.052 from $3.056.”
Read full article here: Diesel on the Rise Nationwide Again to $3.271 Per Gallon – Dan Ronan, Transport Topics
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