US average price of regular gasoline fell 2 cents in week ended June 11 from previous week, rose 2 cents year-over-year to US$3.67/gallon; average diesel price fell 3 cents on week, rose 4 cents versus a year ago to US$3.89/gallon: EIA
June 12, 2014
– The U.S. average retail price for regular gasoline decreased by two cents this week to $3.67 per gallon as of June 11, 2014, two cents more than the same time last year. Price decreases occurred in all regions of the country except for the Rocky Mountains, which increased less than a cent to $3.51 per gallon. The Midwest and Gulf Coast each declined two cents, to $3.69 and $3.42 per gallon respectively. West Coast and East Coast prices both decreased by a penny, to $4.00 and $3.63 respectively.
The national average price for diesel fuel decreased by three cents from last week to $3.89 per gallon, four cents more than the same time last year. Prices for diesel fuel decreased in all areas of the country. The East Coast, Midwest, Rocky Mountains and West Coast all decreased by three cents, to $3.98, $3.85, $3.91, and $4.00 per gallon respectively. The Gulf Coast price declined by one cent to $3.77 per gallon.