Aviation gasoline ($33.16) had the highest price among the petroleum products in 2014, closely followed by kerosene ($31.19), motor gasoline ($27.59), propane ($27.06) distillate fuel ($26.38), jet fuel ($20.59), and residual fuel ($15.88).
From 2013 to 2014, jet fuel decreased 10.1 percent, motor gasoline decreased 4.4 percent, and distillate fuel decreased 3.2 percent. Propane increased 15.5 percent, kerosene increased 6.5 percent, and aviation gasoline increased 1.4 percent. Although a price was reported in 2014, no price was reported for residual fuel in 2013 to be able to make this calculation.
The prices in the table and graph below are in nominal dollars per million Btu to make a comparison easier among the petroleum products.