US average retail price of regular gasoline increased 3 cents in week ended April 28 versus previous week, 19 cents year-over-year to US$3.71/gallon; average diesel price dipped less than 1 cent on week, rose 12 cents year-over-year to US$3.98/gallon: EIA

WASHINGTON , May 1, 2014 (press release) – The U.S. average retail gasoline price increased three cents this week to $3.71 per gallon as of April 28, 2014, 19 cents more than the same time last year. The West Coast price rose five cents to $4.07 per gallon, while the East Coast and Rocky Mountain prices both increased four cents, to $3.71 per gallon and $3.48 per gallon respectively. The Midwest price rose two cents to $3.66 per gallon, and Gulf Coast prices were unchanged at $3.49 per gallon.

The U.S. average diesel fuel price rose by less than a penny to $3.98 per gallon, 12 cents more than the same time last year. The West Coast price increased three cents to $4.06 per gallon. The Rocky Mountain price rose by less than a penny to remain at $3.98 per gallon, while Gulf Coast and Midwest prices remained flat, at $3.82 per gallon and $3.95 per gallon respectively. Prices on the East Coast showed the only decline, falling half a cent to remain at $4.07 per gallon.

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