Oil prices continue their slow march higher, which is pushing fuel prices higher across the Inland Northwest. West Texas Crude oil prices were trading slightly above $40 per barrel in Monday’s action.
Not only has that moved gasoline prices higher, up by a dime in some locations, it has also move diesel prices up as well.
The national average for a gallon of diesel increased one cent to $2.43, Washington’s average for a gallon of diesel also increased one cent to $2.69, Oregon’s rate moved up two cent to $2.59, while Idaho’s diesel price actually decreased one cent to $2.31.
What do our local diesel prices look like?
- $2.37 a gallon in the Tri-Cities
- $2.29 a gallon in Wenatchee
- $2.89 a gallon in Pullman
- $2.21 a gallon in Lewiston
- $2.18 a gallon in Moses Lake
- $2.19 a gallon in Pendleton
- $2.59 a gallon in Walla Walla
- $2.21 a gallon in Yakima
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