National gasoline and highway diesel prices fell in all regions over the week ending October 26, but all regions were higher than year-over again during the reporting week.
Average national retail price for regular gasoline was down $0.119 last week to $3.568/gallon, $0.116 higher than the same period last year. East Coast gasoline was lower $0.111 to $3.589; Midwest gasoline lower to $3.391/gallon, down $0.096; Gulf Coast PADD3 $0.112 lower to $3.337/gallon; Rocky Mountain gasoline softens $0.055 to $3.650.
West Coast gasoline fell $0.200 to $4.045 but remained the highest priced gasoline in the U.S. West Coast gasoline with California figured out came in $0.090 lower to $3.832.
National average price for highway diesel lower last week by $0.086 to $4.030/gallon, up $0.138 over the same time last year. East Coast diesel $0.072 lower at $4.036; Midwest diesel $0.117 lower on the week to $3.984/gallon; Rocky Mountain Region $0.048 lower to $4.195/gallon; The West Coast region shed $0.111, lower on the week to $4.087.
Look for prices to spike in the coming week and possible supply and production disruptions as cleanup from the Superstorm begins on the East Coast.