Fuel, still sharp increases in petrol and diesel prices

Eni has reduced the recommended diesel prices by one cent per litre

Fuel, still sharp increases in petrol and diesel prices. The plunge in the prices of refined products recorded last Thursday produced a slight downward movement in the lists of the major brands. The rises of the previous days, however, led to a sharp increase in the national average prices charged to distributors. And international quotations have started to run again, especially as regards diesel. The result is that petrol reaches 1.82 euro/litre in ‘do it yourself’, diesel is close to 1.88 euro/litre. On the ‘served’ basis we are respectively at 1.96 and 2.02 euro/litre. According to the usual survey by Staffetta Quotidiana, on Friday 6 January Eni reduced the recommended diesel prices by one cent per litre.

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 15,000 plants: self-service petrol at 1.820 euro/litre (+10 thousandths, companies 1.822 , white pumps 1.815), diesel at 1.878 euro/litre (+6, companies 1.880, white pumps 1.873). Petrol served at 1.960 euro/litre (+11, companies 2.003, white pumps 1.874), diesel at 2.018 euro/litre (+7, companies 2.062, white pumps 1.931). LPG served at 0.791 euro/litre (-1, companies 0.803, white pumps 0.777), methane served at 2.331 euro/kg (-53, companies 2.372, white pumps 2.299), LNG 2.548 euro/kg (+16, companies 2.580 euro /kg, white pumps 2.525 euro/kg). These are the prices on the motorways: self-service petrol 1.912 euro/litre (served 2.171), diesel self-service 1.963 euro/litre (served 2.223), LPG 0.900 euro/litre, methane 2.567 euro/kg, LNG 2.547 euro/kg.