Section 9. Energy Prices

May 2006
Monthly Energy Review;May2006, p121
The article presents the U.S. energy prices in 2006. These energy prices including the price of domestic crude oil was $55.82 per barrel in February, the price of unleaded regular gasoline was $2.40 per gallon, the average price of residual fuel oil to end users was $1.25 per gallon, the average retail price of electricity sold at 8.42 cents per kilowatthour in February and the average wellhead price for natural gas was $7.28 per thousand cubic feet in February.


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