Calm descends on the price lists but, after yesterday’s leap due to the increase in excise duties, increases are pouring into the price lists
Petrol and diesel, today calm descends on the recommended price lists of fuels of the major brands, after yesterday’s leap due to the increase in excise duties. This increase is starting to spill over into the national averages of pump prices today: self-service petrol rises to 1.71 euro/litre (yesterday it was 1.644), diesel to 1.787 euro/litre (from 1.726), LPG to 0.769 euro/litre (from 0.760). International quotations of refined products still on the rise, cushioned by the strengthening of the euro against the dollar.
These are the averages of the prices applied communicated by the operators to the Price Observatory of the Ministry of Economic Development and elaborated by the Staffetta, recorded at 8 yesterday morning on about 15,000 plants: self-service petrol at 1.708 euro/litre (companies 1.709, white pumps 1.707 ), diesel at 1.787 euros/litre (companies 1.789, white pumps 1.781). Petrol served at 1.862 euros/litre (companies 1.898, white pumps 1.781) diesel at 1.940 euros/litre (companies 1.978, white pumps 1.754). LPG served at 0.769 euro/litre (unchanged, companies 0.778, white pumps 0.757), methane served at 2.295 euro/kg (companies 2.241, white pumps 2.345), LNG 2.283 euro/kg (companies 2.331 euro/kg, white pumps 2.243 euro /kg).
These are the prices on the motorways: self-service petrol 1.793 euro/litre (served 2.069), self-service diesel 1.868 euro/litre (served 2.139), LPG 0.863 euro/litre, methane 2.335 euro/kg, LNG 2.149 euro/kg.