“Price collapse at stations” – yes The situation in the fuel market In the second week of August, analysts of the e-petrol.pl portal evaluated it. On Wednesday, they said the reductions are particularly notable in the case of gasoline and diesel.
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“A liter of 95-octane gasoline has become 0.33 PLN cheaper and currently costs PLN 6.86, and thus has fallen below PLN 7. The last price levels for this fuel were in May of this year. A similar volume reduction also applies to diesel fuel, which is 0.22 PLN cheaper and pays on average 7.13 PLN / liter. Again, autogas has become cheaper at PLN 0.04 per liter, offered at stations at an average of 3.27 PLN per liter ”- it follows the data provided by e-petrol.pl.
It has been explained It caused a drop in wholesale fuel prices, which has been observed since the beginning of AugustThat drivers in Poland pay for refueling significantly less than last week.
According to analysts, the province of ód stands out on the fuel map in Poland today, with e-petrol.pl recording the lowest prices for 95 unleaded petrol, diesel and automatic gas. They are respectively: 6.80; 7.10 and 3.11 zlotys / liter. They added that the average price of gasoline is also valid in Pomerania this week.
“Refueling with 95-octane gasoline is currently the most expensive in the West Pomeranian province, where an average of PLN 6.94 per liter is paid. Diesel at PLN 7.20 / liter is the most expensive in Lubuski district and in the Podkarpaşe region, and LPG costs more in Silesia Lower – 3.49 zlotys / l “- indicated experts from e-petrol.pl.
As we wrote at money.pl, the cuts are still a small consolation if we look at the prices from a year or two ago. According to the data of the Polish Organization of the Petroleum Industry and Trade The average price of Pb95 gasoline in 2021 was 5.44 PLN per liter, and in 2020 it was only 4.41 PLN.
Yukik Analyze the reasons for the increases at Polish gas stations. As the office is satisfied, There are no grounds to conclude that the expensive fuel is the result of illegal corporate practices. The blame lies with the geopolitical situation. The reasons, among others, are the effects of the war in Ukraine, as well as the decline in processing capacity of refineries operating in Europe, as well as the rise in crude oil prices and the US dollar exchange rate.
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