The national average for diesel is up 1.4 cents to $3.171 per gallon compared to last week, the agency reported on Monday, May 7.
That is 60.6 cents more per gallon than this week in 2017.
What is the average cost of a gallon of diesel?
While national gasoline average cost per gallon stayed in the $2.85 range this week, diesel continues to creep up with a national average of $3.17 per gallon, according to the Energy Information Administration.
How much is a gallon of diesel weigh?
A liter of diesel weighs 0.8508 kilograms, or 1.8757 pounds. A U.S. gallon contains 3.79 liters. Therefore, a gallon of diesel fuel weighs 3.2245 kilograms, or 7.1089 pounds. An Imperial gallon contains 4.546 liters and weighs 3.8677 kilograms, or 8.5269 lbs.
What is the price of diesel in USA?
USA Diesel prices, 30-Sep-2019
How much is diesel vs gas?
Fuel costs: On average, diesel engines are rated about 25% more fuel efficient than similarly sized and power rated gasoline engines. 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.