Lundberg’s regular national panel of markets provides for twice-monthly
average retail prices by gasoline grade and diesel fuel. Not all U.S.
cities are included. Cities not included in the panel may have prices
higher than or lower than within the panel. Within each city average there
is a wide range of individual prices, brands, and station types. Individual
stations within cities price higher than and lower than the city or U.S. average published.
Within the competitive landscape, station economics and precise locations determine
retail fuel pricing decisions. Wholesale supply as to origin, specs, and other vital
indicators continually impacts the retail sector. For detailed analysis of national
and regional pricing, at retail and at wholesale, fuel tax events, retail margin, and
market share, see studies issued in our newsletter Lundberg Letter, each
of which is listed here
. For data packages or custom research work product, contact
parent Lundberg Survey.