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On-highway diesel up tenth of a cent to $3.920 a gallon

Diesel was selling for more than $4 a gallon in four regions: New England at $4.107; the Central Atlantic at $4.073; the West Coast at $4.073 and California at $4.138.

The Trucker News Services

6/30/2014

National on-highway diesel prices were up a tenth of a penny Monday to $3.920 a gallon compared with $3.919 last week, with seven of the Energy Information Administration’s 10 reporting sectors showing at-the-pump price increases as well.

The West Coast Less California sector saw an increase of 2.1 cents a gallon to $3.994 compared with $3.973 last week, while the West Coast region saw prices increase 2 cents a gallon to $4.073 compared with $4.053 the week prior.

In California, where diesel is consistently higher than the rest of the nation, per-gallon diesel was up 1.9 cents to $4.138 compared with $4.119 the week before.

Three reporting regions saw prices inch downward, but not by much, with the East Coast down 2 tenths of a penny to $3.983 compared with $3.985 last week; the Lower Atlantic down 6 tenths of a penny to $3.887 compared with $3.893; and the Midwest also down 6 tenths of a penny to $3.869 compared with $3.875 the week prior.

Diesel was selling for more than $4 a gallon in four regions: New England at $4.107; the Central Atlantic at $4.073; the West Coast at $4.073 and California at $4.138.

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