Green above 1.86 euro/litre and diesel down to 1.77 euro/litre
Gasoline prices go up, while diesel goes down. This morning the movements recorded last week on recommended price lists are fully reflected on the national averages of prices charged at the pump, with a consequent further rise in petrol (above 1.86 euro/litre) and a drop in diesel (to 1.77 euro /liter). The international prices of refined products are on the rise.
These are the averages of the prices charged communicated by the operators 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 1.862 euro/litre (+2 thousandths, companies 1.864 , white pumps 1.858), diesel at 1.771 euro/litre (-5, companies 1.775, white pumps 1.762). Petrol served at 1.998 euro/litre (+1, companies 2.038, white pumps 1.918), diesel at 1.910 euro/litre (-5, companies 1.954, white pumps 1.824). LPG served at 0.792 euro/litre (-1, companies 0.800, white pumps 0.784), methane served at 1.690 euro/kg (-28, companies 1.683, white pumps 1.696), LNG 1.619 euro/kg (-13, companies 1.636 euro /kg, white pumps 1.607 euro/kg).
These are the prices on the motorways: self-service petrol 1.931 euro/litre (served 2.193), self-service diesel 1.852 euro/litre (served 2.126), LPG 0.887 euro/litre, methane 1.751 euro/kg, LNG 1.587 euro/kg.