The national average for self-service green fuel is below 1.92 euros/litre, that of diesel drops below 1.9 for the first time since 11 September
Fuel prices at the pump continue to fall and international oil prices continue to rise. Brent returned above 90 dollars on Friday after about ten days below. The national average for self-service petrol is below 1.92 euros/litre, at the level of August 1st; that of diesel drops below 1.9 for the first time since September 11th.
These are the average prices charged communicated by the managers to the Price Observatory of the Ministry of Business and Made in Italy and processed by Staffetta, recorded at 8am yesterday morning on approximately 18 thousand plants: self-service petrol at 1,916 euros/litre (-11 thousandths, companies 1,918, white pumps 1,910), self-service diesel at 1,898 euros/litre (-7, companies 1,901, white pumps 1,889). Petrol served at 2.055 euros/litre (-11, companies 2.095, white pumps 1.972), diesel served at 2.036 euros/litre (-8, companies 2.079, white pumps 1.950). LPG served at 0.720 euros/litre (+1, companies 0.728, white pumps 0.710), methane served at 1.416 euros/kg (+17, companies 1.426, white pumps 1.408), LNG 1.285 euros/kg (+1, companies 1.277 euros /kg, white pumps 1,291 euro/kg).
These are the prices on the motorways: self-service petrol 2,000 euros/litre (served 2,258), self-service diesel 1,984 euros/litre (served 2,248), LPG 0,852 euros/litre, methane 1,519 euros/kg, LNG 1,292 euros/kg.