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Average gas prices–November 5, 2012

Average gas prices–November 5, 2012

The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy hasn’t affected gas prices on the East coast or around the country. In fact, they have dropped compared to the week before, which is welcomed news as many East coasters deal with long lines at the pump. The national gasoline average is 7 cents above the price this time last year and about 13 cents below last week’s price. Premium gasoline is now averaging $3.81. Diesel fuel is about 12 cents above this time last year.

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National regular gasoline prices Price Change from last week
Regular gasoline/gallon
$3.49 .08
Diesel fuel/gallon
$4.01 .02
Regional regular gasoline prices
East Coast
$3.53 .06
–New England
$3.71 .03
–Central Atlantic
$3.68 .02
–Lower Atlantic
$3.37 .09
Midwest
$3.32 .07
Gulf Coast
$3.27 .07
Rocky Mountain
$3.61 .04
West Coast
$3.90 .15
–California
$4.00 .17

Source: Energy Information Administration, 11/5/12. Figures rounded to the nearest cent.

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