US average retail price of regular gasoline increased 2 cents in week ended Feb. 10 versus previous week, fell 30 cents year-over-year to US$3.31/gallon; average diesel price rose 3 cents on week, fell 13 cents year-over-year to US$3.98/gallon: EIA
February 13, 2014
– The U.S. average retail price of regular gasoline increased two cents to $3.31 per gallon as of February 10, 2014, 30 cents lower than last year at this time. Prices decreased one cent on the East Coast to $3.35 per gallon, while increasing in all other regions of the nation. The Midwest price increased five cents to $3.28 per gallon. On the West Coast the price was $3.52 per gallon, up three cents from last week. The Rocky Mountain price gained a penny to $3.14 per gallon, and the Gulf Coast price was $3.09 per gallon, less than a penny more than last week.
The national average diesel fuel price was up three cents to $3.98 per gallon, 13 cents lower than last year at this time. Prices increased in all regions of the nation, with the largest increase on the East Coast, where the price increased five cents to $4.12 per gallon. The Midwest price was $3.97 per gallon, three cents higher than last week, and the Rocky Mountain and Gulf Coast prices both increased one cent, to $3.87 per gallon and $3.79 per gallon, respectively. The West Coast price was up a fraction of a penny to $4.00 per gallon.