Fuels: Prices will go down as early as next week! Find out how much..

Deepak Gupta July 7, 2022
Updated 2022/07/07 at 4:05 PM

Another week that is almost over and the expectation is to know if fuels will go up or down in the next one. According to experts, the price of gasoline and diesel will drop as early as next week and is significant.

Know now the price you will have to pay per liter to top up your vehicle’s tank.

According to experts, next week it is expected a reduction in diesel in the order of 6 cents per liter and 7 cents in the case of gasoline.

“If the week ended here, the price of gasoline and diesel would drop by around 7 and 6 cents per liter, respectively, next Monday”, a source from the sector told Multinews. It should be noted that these values ​​are still subject to changes in the market this Friday, however, this is a good indicator.

According to data from the Directorate-General for Energy and Geology (DGEG), the average price of simple gasoline 95 currently costs 2.073 euros per litre. Regarding the liter of diesel, this is at 1,977 euros.

It should be remembered that the evolution of costs depends, however, on each filling station, the brand and the area where it is located.

Fuels: Prices will go down as early as next week!  Find out how much..

In order to make available to the public the fuel prices charged at filling stations, and that their knowledge may constitute a weighting factor in the consumer's choice and, in this way, also boost competition, was created, by Decree-Law 243/2008, of 18 December, the Online Fuel Prices Portal.

In addition to prices, information on the location, opening hours and services available at each filling station is also available.

This will be the eighth drop in gasoline since the beginning of the year, despite having already registered 19 weeks of increases. With regard to diesel, it has reached its ninth drop since January, 'contradicted', however, by the 17 rises in 2022.

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