Fuel prices, 2022 begins to rise

The trend is driven by the increase since January 1 in the cost of blending biofuels

Not only electricity and gas, but also fuel at the pump. The new year begins on the rise with a trend determined by the fact that the cost of blending biofuels has increased since 1 January: for Eni the increase was 5 thousandths per liter. Overall, the cost of the mandatory blending of organic products into fossil fuels has reached 5.5 cents per liter for the six-legged dog.

The prices charged by the managers

These are the averages of the prices communicated by the managers to the Price Observatory of the Ministry of Economic Development and processed by the Staffetta, measured at 8 yesterday morning on about 15 thousand plants: self-service petrol at 1,727 euros / liter (+2 thousandths, 1,733 companies, 1,712 white pumps), diesel 1,593 euros / liter (+2, 1,599 companies, 1,581 white pumps). Petrol served at 1,862 euros / liter (+4, companies 1,909, white pumps 1,769), diesel to 1,733 euros / liter (+3, companies 1,783, white pumps 1,638). LPG served at 0.822 euros / liter (+1, companies 0.829, white pumps 0.814), methane served at 1.788 euros / kg (+10, companies 1.828, white pumps 1.757), LNG 2.114 euros / kg (+18, companies 2.113 euros / kg, white pumps 2,114 euros / kg).

The prices charged on the motorways

On the other hand, these are the prices on motorways: self-service petrol 1.816 euros / liter (2.037 served), self-service diesel 1.695 euros / liter (1.938 served), LPG 0.922 euros / liter, natural gas 1.960 euros / kg, LNG 2.079 euros / kg. These are the prices of refined products in the Mediterranean at the close of Friday 31 December: petrol at 503 euros per thousand liters (-8, rounded values), diesel at 502 euros per thousand liters (-9, rounded values). These are the values ​​including excise duty: petrol at 1,231.02 euros per thousand liters, diesel at 1,119.69 euros per thousand liters.