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EIA: US Retail Gasoline Price Up 3.0cts at $2.399 Gallon
5/22 5:01 PM
EIA: US Retail Gasoline Price Up 3.0cts at $2.399 Gallon HOUSTON (DTN) -- The Energy Information Administration reported the average retail price of regular grade gasoline in the United States rose 3.0cts in the week-ended today to $2.399 gallon, which was up 9.9cts from the same time in 2016. The price of retail gasoline moved higher in the week in every major region of the United States except for the Rocky Mountain PADD 4 states where the retail average eased 0.3cts to $2.381 gallon, an increase of 8.1cts versus the same time in 2016. Motorists in Colorado saw the price point edge 0.1cts higher during the week to $2.296 gallon. In East Coast PADD 1, the average price of regular grade gasoline increased 0.7cts in the week at $2.327 gallon, which was up 7.9cts year-over-year. The price point rose 2.6cts in New England at $2.393 gallon and in the Central Atlantic states motorists saw the price increase 0.5cts at $2.442 gallon. In Massachusetts the retail average jumped 4.5cts during the week at $2.393 gallon while in New York the price dropped 1.3cts at $2.432 gallon. In the Lower Atlantic states, the average price of regular grade gasoline edged 0.3cts higher in the week to $2.221 gallon as Florida consumers saw the price point slide 1.8cts to $2.259 gallon. Motorists in Midwest PADD 2 saw the retail average climb 4.7cts during the week to $2.315 gallon, which was up 3.5cts versus same time in 2016. In Ohio the retail average surged 12.0cts during the week to $2.374 gallon, which is up 0.7cts year-over-year, and Minnesota motorists saw the price point move 2.3cts higher at $2.298 gallon. In Chicago the price climbed 4.4cts in the week to $2.542 gallon in the week. In West Coast PADD 5, the average cost of regular grade gasoline rose 6.1cts during the week to $2.933 gallon, which was up 27.5cts versus the same time in 2016. San Francisco motorists saw the price jump 11.5cts to $3.186 gallon while in Los Angeles the at-pump cost rose 5.6cts at $3.092 gallon. Consumers in the Pacific Northwest paid $2.656 gallon, up 1.3cts in the week and 25.0cts higher year-over-year. In Gulf Coast PADD 3 the average price of retail gasoline rose 2.0cts during the week ended today to $2.149 gallon, which was up 8.5cts versus the same time in 2016. Houston motorists saw the price point slide 1.7cts in the week to $2.101 gallon. (c) 2017 Schneider Electric. All rights reserved.