Diesel fuel prices in the U.S. reach record highs

The retail price of diesel motor fuel at petrol stations in the U.S. reached a maximum of three weeks

In brief: Diesel fuel prices in the United States begin a marathon of growth. Price of diesel has reached the maximum today.

Diesel fuel prices rise rapidly. The retail price of diesel motor fuel at petrol stations in the U.S. reached a maximum of three weeks. As at 21 June this year average per week at gas stations in the U.S. retail price of automotive diesel fuel (for all its types) was inclusive of taxes of $ 2.961 / gallon (approximately 78,2 cents / liter). According to the official statistics of the Ministry of Energy, the highest rate since May 31 this year.

During the past reporting period gallon of diesel car in the U.S. has risen in price by an average of 3.3 cents. The average weekly retail price of automotive diesel fuel in the country established as at 21 June this year at 34.5 cents above its target for the same period last year. At the same time, a gallon of diesel motor fuel at petrol stations in the U.S. as of June 21 was worth an average of 21.8 cents a gallon more expensive than gasoline, the average weekly price of which at that date amounted to 2,743 dollars per gallon. Note the retail price of diesel fuel in the U.S. exceeds the retail price of gasoline since the beginning of the second half of August 2009.

Igor Tringlers
2010-06-22 11:08, Commodities.

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