Fuels: what will be the prices next week? – Present

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It is now necessary to know the evolution of quotations today and to know if the government will change ISP.

Average prices at gas stations during the week of June 6-12 were 1.3 cents per liter above the average weekly price determined by the regulator, in the case of gasoline, and 1. 4 cents below in the case of diesel.

According to the weekly retail price monitoring report for the week of June 13 to 19, published on Tuesday by the Energy Services Regulatory Authority (ERSE), “compared to the previous week, it was found that the average of the public sale prices announced on the portals, and reported to the Balcão Único da Energia, was 1.3 cents/l [cêntimos por litro] above this week’s effective price, in the case of simple gasoline, and 1.4 cents/l lower in the case of simple diesel”.

In percentage terms, simple gasoline 95 was advertised on the portals 0.6% above the effective price and simple diesel 0.7% below.

The effective price is an average weekly price calculated by the energy regulator and determined by the sum of the following elements: the fuel prices on the international reference markets and the respective maritime freight, the primary logistics, including in this part the strategic and security reserves of the National Petroleum System, the additional costs linked to the incorporation of biofuels and the retail component plus the respective taxes.

Regarding the discounted prices charged by service stations, published by the Directorate General for Energy and Geology (DGEG), simple gasoline 95 showed a difference of -0.8% compared to the effective price and diesel single -4.3%.

In these cases, in absolute terms, these estimates are, for straight gasoline and for straight diesel, respectively 1.9 cents/l and 8.2 cents/l below the effective prices.

The government has determined that the FAI reduction for the current week is 20.4 cents per liter for petrol and 17.7 cents for diesel, which translates into an additional reduction of, respectively, 0, 4 and 0.3 cents.

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