Gasoline prices are going up. 98 lead-free gasoline has exceeded the level of PLN 8 per liter, the e-petrol portal reported on Wednesday. 95-octane petrol and diesel are also going up. Autogas is an exception.
The e-petrol portal announced on Wednesday that the rate hikes are not ending at the beginning of June fuel prices at stations – with the exception of autogas prices. The price of gasoline has increased dramatically again, and the average nationwide price of Pb98 has even exceeded PLN 8 per liter – it was noted.
“In the history of quotations of e-petrol.pl for the first time we are dealing with a situation in which the average gasoline price 98-octane is 8.02 PLN / l, which means that it went up by 0.16 PLN during the week. Even more, by as much as PLN 0.22 per liter, the price of Pb95 increased, which amounts to PLN 7.55. Compared to gasoline, the price of diesel fuel offered for sale at petrol stations at PLN 7.13 / l increased by only PLN 0.04 “- the analysts of the e-petrol portal calculated.
It was noted that for the third week in a row, LPG is getting cheaper, for which one liter costs 3.59 on average, which is PLN 0.03 less than a week ago.
Fuel prices in Poland
According to data from e-petrol.pl, when it comes to the lowest prices, Wielkopolska stands out on the fuel map of Poland today.
“There, although expensive, the cheapest are both types of gasoline, sold at 7.49 and 8.00 PLN / l (the same Pb98 price is also valid in the Lublin region). In the Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, diesel fuel is currently being refueled at the most attractive prices – one liter the cost of this fuel in this region is PLN 7.09. In the aforementioned Lubelskie Voivodeship, autogas is also the cheapest with the price of PLN 3.49 / l “- stated e-petrol analysts.
They pointed out that the most for refueling with Pb95 gasoline is currently paid in Podkarpacie – PLN 7.62 / l, and in the Opole region, Pb98 costs an average of PLN 8.24 / l.
Diesel oil with the price of PLN 7.18 / l is the most expensive in Lower Silesia, Małopolska and the West Pomeranian Voivodeship. Also in Lower Silesia you pay the most for LPG – PLN 3.70 / l.
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