National gasoline prices fell in all regions over the week ending October 19, but all regions were up on the year-over. All regional diesel fuel prices were also lower week-over with the exception of PADD1A in the East Coast region. All diesel prices were higher compared to the same period last year.
Average national retail price for regular gasoline was down $0.132 last week to $3.687/gallon, $0.225 higher than the same period last year. East Coast gasoline was lower $0.092 to $3.700; Midwest gasoline lower to $3.487/gallon, down $0.198; Gulf Coast PADD3 $0.095 lower to $3.449/gallon. Rocky Mountain gasoline softens $0.029 to $3.705.
West Coast gasoline fell $0.146 to $4.245 but remained the highest priced gasoline in the U.S.
National average price for highway diesel lower last week by $0.034 to $4.116/gallon, up $0.291 over the same time last year. Rocky Mountain Region added $0.025 to $4.243/gallon; East Coast diesel $0.020 lower at $4.108, East Coast PADD1A, the New England area, showed the only increase week-over, adding $0.005. Midwest diesel $0.049 lower on the week to $4.101/gallon. The West Coast region shed $0.043, lower on the week to $4.195.