For the week of April 10, Nebraska's average gasoline price had increased nine cents per gallon to $2.69 from the previous week, which was 43 cents higher than the price at this time last year. Weekly average prices in surveyed cities ranged from $2.64 in Columbus to $2.79 in Kearney. As of April 7, the Midwest gasoline stock level was above the normal range with 53.7 million barrels.
Nebraska's average diesel price had risen four cents to $2.69 per gallon. According to the weekly price report, this week's state average was 36 cents higher than the price at this time last year. Weekly averages in the surveyed cities ranged from $2.66 in Norfolk and North Platte to $2.72 in Kearney. On the supply side, the Midwest distillate fuel inventory level was at the upper boundary of the normal range with 22.9 million barrels of diesel fuel as of April 7.
Regular unleaded gasoline is regular unleaded motor gasoline with an 87 to 88 octane. Diesel fuel is fuel used for internal combustion in diesel engines.
An archive of this report and historical weekly prices are available.