Gasoline prices and the boom in refined products don’t stop costs at the pump from falling

Gasoline prices and the boom in refined products don’t stop costs at the pump from falling

Fuel prices continue to decline, despite the sharp rise in refined product prices, with Brent back above $91. According to the usual survey conducted by Staffetta Quotidiana, IP reduced the recommended prices for petrol and diesel by 2 cents per liter and increased LPG prices by 2 cents. For Tam Oil, there is a discount of one cent per liter of diesel.

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These are the average prices reported by managers to the Price Observatory of the Ministry of Business and made in Italy and processed by Staffetta, which were recorded at 8 am yesterday at about 18 thousand plants: self-service gasoline at 1908 euros/litre (- 5 parts Of the thousand, companies 1,909, white pumps 1,904), self-service diesel at € 1,893/litre (-4, companies 1,896, white pumps 1,888). Petrol at €2.046/litre (-5, comp 2.086, white pumps 1.966), diesel at €2.031/litre (-4, comp 2.072, white pumps 1.949). LPG price 0.720 EUR/L (unchanged, comp 0.728, white pumps 0.711), methane at 1.434 EUR/kg (+5, comp 1.442, white pumps 1.428), LNG 1.288 EUR/kg (+1, Corporate €1,280/kg, white pumps €1,296/kg).

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These are the prices on the highways: self-service petrol 1.991 euros/litre (2.249 euros), diesel self-service 1.980 euros/litre (2.243 euros), LPG 0.853 euros/litre, methane 1.523 euros/kg, LNG 1.292 euros. /kg.

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