USAFacts tracks gas and diesel prices across the country every week using data from the Energy Information Administration.

For the week of Aug 01, 2022, the average price per gallon for all grades conventional gas is $4.12. This week's average price per gallon for all grades conventional gas price is $0.15 lower than the previous week's. The historical average price per gallon for all grades conventional gas price is $2.31. The current average is 78.43% higher than the historical average.

The average price per gallon for diesel prices - all types is $5.14. This week's average price per gallon for diesel prices - all types is $0.13 lower than the previous week's. The historical average price per gallon for diesel prices - all types is $2.50. The current average is 105.68% higher than the historical average.

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Where are gas prices the highest?

States in the West Coast region have the highest average gas prices at $4.62 a gallon, or 12.1% higher than the national average. States in the Gulf Coast region have the lowest average gas prices at $3.79 a gallon, or 8.0% lower than the national average.

Where are diesel prices the highest?

States in the West Coast region have the highest average diesel prices at $5.80 a gallon, or 12.8% higher than the national average. States in the Gulf Coast region have the lowest average gas prices at $4.80 a gallon, or 6.6% lower than the national average.

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Weekly gas and diesel prices
Last updated
7/15/22
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The historical average refers to the average for all available EIA data on gas prices. EIA data on gas prices is available from 1994 onwards.

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