Despite the rising prices of crude oil and finished fuels in the world, gas stations in Poland are dominated by discounts. Their scale in the case of EU95 petrol and diesel oil is impressive – said the e-petrol.pl portal on Wednesday.
According to e-petrol.pl data, after a 21 groszy discount, a liter of 95 petrol costs on average PLN 6.39 and is the cheapest this year. The average price of a liter of diesel dropped by 18 groszy – to PLN 6.25. Only autogas broke the downward trend, which increased in price by 7 cents and currently costs an average of PLN 2.89 per liter – emphasizes the portal. As e-petrol.pl points out, the portal’s data shows that this week prices at stations were as low as PLN 6.12 for a liter of 95 petrol and PLN 6 for the same amount of diesel oil.
Where is the cheapest, where is the most expensive?
The portal reported that this week the cheapest 95 gasoline was in the Opole region, Pomerania, and the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship – where a liter costs on average PLN 6.37. The cheapest diesel oil is in the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship – PLN 6.22 per liter, while in Kujawy and Pomerania the lowest price per liter of autogas is PLN 2.77. It was added that the most expensive prices are in Western Pomerania, the Lublin region and Lower Silesia. In the West Pomeranian Voivodeship, the most expensive petrol is 95 PLN – PLN 6.52 per liter, in the Lubelskie Voivodeship, diesel costs PLN 6.42 per liter, and in Lower Silesia, autogas – which costs an average of PLN 2.99 per liter.
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