After the plunge in international oil prices, petrol prices continue to fall. The national average of green DIY is under 1.86 euro/litre, that of diesel at 1.8 euro/litre
Falling prices on the fuel network. Incorporating the decreases reported in recent days, the average prices charged at the petrol pump and above all diesel are in fact down. In fact, despite the second consecutive sharp rise in the prices of refined products, this morning fuel prices at the pump are sharply down: the national average for do-it-yourself petrol is below 1.86 euro/litre, that for diesel at 1 .8 euros/litre. Brent at 70 dollars, the lowest since November 2021. According to the usual survey by Staffetta Quotidiana, IP has reduced the recommended diesel prices by two cents per liter. For Q8 -1 cent/litre, for Tamoil -3 cents/litre, always on diesel.
Prices in detail
These are the averages of the prices applied communicated by the managers to the Price Observatory of the Ministry of Economic Development and elaborated by the Staffetta, recorded at 8 am yesterday morning on about 18,000 plants: self-service petrol at 1.857 euro/litre (-4 thousandths, companies 1.859 , white pumps 1.853), diesel at 1.803 euro/litre (-11, companies 1.806, white pumps 1.794). Petrol served at 1.995 euro/litre (-4, companies 2.035, white pumps 1.914), diesel at 1.942 euro/litre (-12, companies 1.985, white pumps 1.857). LPG served at 0.798 euro/litre (-1, companies 0.804, white pumps 0.791), methane served at 1.747 euro/kg (-15, companies 1.747, white pumps 1.748), LNG 1.625 euro/kg (+15, companies 1.639 euro /kg, white pumps 1.614 euro/kg). These are the prices on the motorways: self-service petrol 1.933 euro/litre (served 2.196), self-service diesel 1.885 euro/litre (served 2.155), LPG 0.896 euro/litre, methane 1.795 euro/kg, LNG 1.587 euro/kg.