- There was a 22.2 cent increase the week of July 31, representing the single largest weekly gain since a 40.1 cent increase in 2022.
- Prior to the week of August 21, EIA data observed the last time the weekly average saw gains for even two consecutive weeks, prior to that four-week stretch, were the weeks of January 23 and January 30, for a cumulative 9.8-cent increase.
- The last six weeks of gains were preceded by two weeks of flat national averages, at $3.806, for the weeks of July 7 and July 14, respectively. For the week of July 3, the national average fell 3.4 cents, to $3.767.
With an 8.6-cent increase, the national average came in at $4.475 per gallon.
- August 21: 1.1-cent increase to $4.389 per gallon
- August 14: 13.9-cent increase to $4.378 per gallon
- August 7: 11.2-cent gain to $4.239 per gallon
- July 31: 22.2-cent increase
- July 24: 9.9-cent increase