Diesel oil has increased in price by 23 groszy in recent days and costs an average of PLN 6.69 per liter – analysts of the e-petrol.pl portal reported on Wednesday. They assessed that the “jump” increase in diesel prices at stations is the result of increases in wholesale prices of this fuel.
“After the largest increases in gasoline and diesel prices this year, which took place at the turn of October and November, the situation at gas stations this week will worry drivers even more,” experts from the e-petrol.pl website said on Wednesday.
The portal’s latest study indicates a “surge in diesel prices at gas stations” due to high wholesale price increases of this fuel. “The price of oil has increased by as much as 23 cents in recent days and costs on average PLN 6.69/l. Refuelers also pay 7 cents more than at the end of October for a liter of Pb95, retailed for PLN 6.54,” analysts said.
They added that the price of autogas has remained “stable” since the middle of last month, amounting to PLN 3.09/l.
Where is the cheapest, where is the most expensive?
According to e-petrol.pl data, it is the region with the lowest gasoline prices Pb95 and diesel oil are currently located in Wielkopolska, where these fuels cost on average PLN 6.50 and PLN 6.63/l. LPG with a price of PLN 3.06/l is the cheapest in Upper Silesia.
“Refueling “95” costs the most in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship, where its liter is offered at stations for PLN 6.59. Podlasie stands out with the highest diesel price – PLN 6.75/l, and Lower Silesia has the same price for autogas – PLN 3.18 PLN/l’ – indicated e-petrol.pl experts.
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