Chained 2000 dollars per gallon
|Jet fuel, kerosene||0.66||0.59||0.59||0.69||0.64||0.47||0.55||0.90||0.76||0.69||0.82|
|Motor gasoline, all types||1.33||1.30||1.31||1.37||1.35||1.16||1.25||1.56||1.50||1.39||1.55|
|Diesel no. 2||0.68||0.61||0.61||0.73||0.67||0.51||0.60||0.94||0.82||0.73||0.89|
KEY: U = data are unavailable.
NOTES: Except for motor gasoline, data do not include taxes. Motor gasoline data are retail prices, U.S. city average. Aviation, jet, and diesel no. 2 data are refiner prices to end users. Crude oil data are refiner acquisition costs.
Current dollars (see table 15-4b) were converted to chained 2000 dollars by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics to eliminate the effects of inflation over time.
SOURCES: Except railroad diesel-U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration, Monthly Energy Review, tables 9.1 (crude oil), 9.4 (motor gasoline), and 9.7 (aviation, jet, and diesel no. 2), available at http://www.eia.doe.gov/mer/prices.html, as of May 2004. Railroad diesel-Association of American Railroads, Railroad Facts 2003 (Washington, DC: 2003), p. 61.