From the week ending July 4 to the week ending July 11, the average U.S. diesel fuel price dropped 10.7 cents to $5.568 per gallon, according to data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA).
Diesel prices have dropped by 21.5 cents since the week of June 27.
Nonetheless, diesel prices are still $2.230 above the same time last year.
In the grain-producing Midwest, diesel prices have dropped by 22.5 cents in the last two weeks.
At $5.542 per gallon, this week’s Midwest diesel prices are $2.281 above the same time last year.