Gasoline and Diesel Weekly: Farm Diesel Revs Up

September 23, 2013 11:47 AM
 

newnozzleFarm Diesel --

Farm diesel moved just over 10 3/4 cents higher this week to a regionwide average of $3.568 with 3 of the 12 states in our Index unchanged. The biggest move was a 28 cent increase in Missouri to $3.73; Indiana farm diesel moved 18 cents higher to $3.53; Iowa added 15 cents to $3.47 and Michigan moved 14 cents higher per gallon to $3.63.

Declines were confined to a nickel dip in Minnesota to $3.67.

Farm Diesel 9/23/13
Three Weeks Ago
Previous Week
Current Week
Change
Iowa
$3.33
$3.32
$3.47
+$0.15
Illinois
$3.51
$3.51
$3.54
+$0.03
Indiana
$3.35
$3.35
$3.53
+$0.18
Wisconsin
$3.23
$3.23
$3.23
unchanged
Minnesota
$3.51
$3.53
$3.48
-$0.05
South Dakota
$3.45
$3.62
$3.67
+$0.05
North Dakota
$3.61
$3.61
$3.66
+$0.05
Nebraska
$3.45
$3.45
$3.45
unchanged
Missouri
$3.37
$3.45
$3.73
+$0.28
Kansas
$3.36
$3.50
$3.52
+$0.02
Ohio
$3.29
$3.29
$3.29
unchanged
Michigan
$3.49
$3.49
$3.63
+$0.14
Midwest Average
$3.43
$3.461
$3.568
+$0.10 3/4

 

Gasoline-

The retail price for regular gasoline softened 5 1/4 cents during the report week to a national average of $3.495 -- still 33 cents below year-ago.

East Coast gasoline fell 7 1/2 cents to $3.495; Midwest fell 3 1/2 cents to $3.456; Gulf coast 7 cents lower to $3.231; Rocky Mountain region fell 2 1/2 cents to $3.586 and West Coast gasoline 3 1/2 cents higher at $3.866.

Highway Diesel --

The national average price of highway diesel fell 2 1/2 cents to $3.949 -- 13 3/4 cents below year-ago.

East Coast highway diesel falls 2 1/4 cents this week to $3.956; Midwest down 2 3/4 cents to $3.929; Gulf coast also down 2 3/4 cents to $3.862; Rocky Mountain diesel moved two tenths higher to $3.943 and West Coast highway diesel retreats 2 3/4 cents to $4.111.


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