Fuel prices have eased slightly as the United States reinstituted sanctions against Iran. The U.S. made it official Monday, but the news did not have an immediate impact on fuel prices.
The national average for a gallon of diesel dropped one cent to $3.27, while the local averages were unchanged, with Washington’s prices for diesel holding steady at $3.61, and Oregon’s unmoved at $3.45 a gallon. On top of the gas prices across the northwest have dropped slightly, around a nickel per gallon.
Here are some of the lowest diesel prices we could find across the Inland Northwest:
- $3.46 a gallon in Pasco
- $3.49 a gallon in Moses Lake
- $3.48 a gallon in Wenatchee
- $3.49 a gallon in Quincy
- $3.45 a gallon in Pendleton
- $3.39 a gallon in Yakima
- $3.63 a gallon in Walla Walla
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