fuel

Diesel price drops another 1.6 cents, down to lowest since July

| October 29, 2013

The national average price for a gallon of on-highway diesel dropped 1.6 cents in the week ended Oct. 28 to $3.870, according to the Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration.

Diesel price unchanged according to DOE, ProMiles shows small decline

| October 22, 2013

The national average price for a gallon of on-highway diesel did not change from the prior week in the week ended Monday, Oct. 21., remaining at $3.886, says the Dept. of Energy. ProMiles reports a ...

Diesel price down a penny, about 30 cents lower year over year

| October 14, 2013

The national average price for a gallon of on-highway diesel fuel dropped one cent in the week ended Oct. 14 to $3.834. The price has now dropped five consecutive weeks.

Diesel price still projected to fall in 2013, further in 2014

| October 11, 2013

The Dept. of Energy forecasts the price for a gallon of on-highway diesel will be $3.93 in 2013 and drop to $3.76 in 2014.

Paper Transport adds 20 KW natural gas trucks

Overdrive Staff | October 04, 2013

Paper Transport has added 20 natural gas-powered Kenworth T660s to its regional fleet and started using the trucks this month. Paper Transport began testing two Kenworth natural gas trucks in 2012, and this spring the ...

Diesel sees biggest drop since April, falls 2.5 cents

| September 24, 2013

The average price for a gallon of on-highway diesel dropped 2.5 cents in the week ended Sept. 23, marking the biggest week-to-week decrease since the week ended April 29.

‘Truckers to Shut Down America’ viral meme keeps moving

| September 24, 2013

The Facebook page that went viral the third week of September calling for a trucking shutdown was then shut down itself under murky circumstances. Meanwhile, nontrucking promoters move toward a semblance of organization.

Diesel, conventional engines will remain dominant, Shell says

| September 03, 2013

Diesel's not going anywhere, says Shell, at least for the next 35, as its GM Richard Tucker says that in the year 2050 two-thirds of vehicles on the road will still use conventional fuels.

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