State Gas Price Averages
National average gas prices
|Week Ago Avg.||$2.365||$2.611|
|Month Ago Avg.||$2.221||$2.522|
Currently, diesel fuel is about 20% more expensive than gasoline , but prices are volatile and in some Canadian markets, diesel is actually slightly cheaper than gasoline .
Hawaii ($3.47) and California ($3.21) remain the most expensive markets in the country, followed by Washington ($2.90), Oregon ($2.83), Alaska ($2.74), Nevada ($2.75) and Arizona ($2.58).
Here are the cheapest states to get gas , listed in order of highest average price for regular gas to lowest . North Carolina. South Dakota. New Hampshire. Hanover, New York. Michigan. Detroit, Michigan. Ohio. Ohio. Florida. Tampa, Florida. Maryland. Downtown Baltimore, Maryland. Rhode Island. Providence, Rhode Island.
The price premium for low-sulfur marine fuel and any spillover effects for diesel were short-lived because of the fuel demand destruction of COVID-19. Low-sulfur fuels consumed across freight transportation reached their high prices for 2020 on January 6 and have experienced intense downward pressure since.
Here are the top ten countries with the cheapest gas prices, according to a Bloomberg report: Venezuela. Iran. Kuwait. Nigeria. Egypt. Malaysia. Saudi Arabia. The United Arab Emirates.
Cheapest State for Rent in the US The least expensive state for rent is West Virginia with an average rent price of $800.
The retail price of diesel fuel in the United States averaged $2.55/gal in 2020 , which was 50 cents/gal lower than in 2019. EIA forecasts that the diesel price will average $2.71/gal in 2021 and $2.74/gal in 2022. EIA expects diesel refinery margins will average 39 cents/gal in 2021 and 42 cents/gal in 2022.
No . 2 diesel fuel that has a sulfur level no higher than 15 ppm. It is used primarily in motor vehicle diesel engines for on-highway use. A distillate fuel oil that has a distillation temperature of 640 degrees Fahrenheit at the 90-percent recovery point and meets the specifications defined in ASTM Specification D 396.
Yes, of course you should still buy diesel cars (if you don’t give a toss about urban air quality, people with respiratory problems or children’s long-term health). Even if the latest technologies are cleaner, they are not clean enough, particularly if not well-maintained and run mainly on short, cold local journeys.
Diesel -powered engines for pickup trucks typically offer big gains in fuel economy, towing capability and driving range compared to regular gas-powered engines. But there’s a catch: They cost thousands of dollars more than their gas engine counterparts.
As little as 1% gasoline contamination will lower the diesel flash point by 18 degrees C. This means the diesel fuel will prematurely ignite in the diesel engine , which can lead to engine damage. Gasoline contamination can also damage the fuel pump and mess up diesel injectors.