Diesel Price Rises 3.4¢ in Second Straight Increase

Cost of a Gallon Climbs to $3.769
Fuel pump
The only EIA regions that saw the price of a gallon of diesel decline were the Central Atlantic and California, at two-tenths of a cent each. (Associated Press)

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The national average diesel price edged up for the second consecutive week, a 3.4-cent bump to $3.769, according to Energy Information Administration data released June 24.


  • Diesel’s average price has climbed 11.1 cents a gallon the past two weeks after dropping each week since April 15.
  • A gallon of diesel now costs 3.2 cents less on average than it did at this time in 2023.
  • The average price of diesel rose in eight of the 10 regions in EIA’s weekly survey, the exceptions being matching dips of two-tenths of a cent in the Central Atlantic and in California.
  • The average price for a gallon of gasoline ticked up three-tenths of a cent to $3.438. That's 13.3 cents less than it cost at this time a year ago.

U.S. On-Highway Diesel Fuel Prices

EIA regional fuel chart


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