Price increases at gas stations have accelerated this week, despite the visibly cheaper oil prices in the world last week – analysts of the e-petrol.pl portal pointed out on Wednesday. They added that the upward changes are most felt by drivers who refuel with diesel. – This fuel has increased in price the most – they pointed out.
Data from e-petrol.pl show that on Wednesday, a liter of diesel oil, after an increase of PLN 12, costs on average PLN 6.14. “There is also a clear change in the average nationwide price of Pb95 gasoline, which has gone up by 8 groszy and amounts to PLN 6.07/l,” experts calculated, adding that autogas did not resist the increase either, with the price increasing by 4 groszy to level 3, PLN 03/l. “Thus, its average price exceeded PLN 3 for the first time since May this year,” it was noted.
More expensive for diesel drivers
Analysts indicated that changes fuel prices drivers of diesel cars are most affected “because this fuel has become the most expensive”. However, e-petro.pl experts pointed out that there are also many facilities fighting for customers with prices lower than the competition.
As they calculated, this week refueling with Pb95 is the cheapest in Małopolska and Warmia and Mazury, where a liter of this gasoline costs PLN 6.02. In Podkarpacie, with a price of PLN 6.05/l, diesel is the cheapest, and in the Silesian Voivodeship, LPG is the cheapest – a liter in this region costs PLN 2.96/l. “Unleaded 95 and diesel oil are the most expensive in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship, where they cost PLN 6.19 and 6.38/l. The highest prices for autogas are in Lower Silesia – PLN 3.10/l,” the portal reported.
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