Diesel Drops Again, Falling 6.8¢ to $4.376 a Gallon

Trucks at a fueling station
Diesel's national average price has slid 24.6 cents since the Jan. 30 reporting period. (vitpho/Getty Images)

The national average price of diesel continued to dive, shedding 6.8 cents to settle at $4.376 a gallon, according to Energy Information Administration data released Feb. 21.


  • Diesel’s cost has fallen 16.3 cents a gallon the past two weeks and 24.6 cents since Jan. 30.
  • A gallon of diesel now costs 32.1 cents more than at this time in 2022.
  • Diesel’s price went down in all 10 regions in EIA’s weekly survey, ranging from a high of 9.3 cents in New England to a low of 3.8 cents in California.
  • Gasoline fell by a more modest amount, 1.1 cents on the national average, to reach $3.379 a gallon.

U.S. On-Highway Diesel Fuel Prices

EIA regional fuel chart


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