According to the experts, on April 10, in comparison to the previous day, the prices for petrol and diesel fuel reduced insignificantly in nine regions, while in other regions they remained at the same level. Besides, autogas fell in price in all regions, except Vinnytsia, Lviv, Mykolaiv and Chernihiv regions.
The cheapest A-92 petrol is sold in Kharkiv region – 22.54 hryvnia ($0.83), the cheapest A-95 petrol is in Sumy region – 23.61 hryvnia ($0.87) and A-95+ in Kyiv region – 25.23 hryvnia ($0.93).
The cheap diesel fuel, as A-92 petrol, is sold in Kharkiv region – 23.02 hryvnia ($0.85) and the cheapest autogas can be found in Chernihiv region – 9.45 hryvnia ($0.35) per liter.
The most expensive petrol of all brands and diesel fuel are found in Luhansk region and the most expensive autogas – in Ternopil region.
Earlier, the experts came to the conclusion that the fuel consumption in Ukraine will fall by 20-30% due to the introduction of quarantine measures.
As we reported, Ukrainian wheat exports from seaports almost fell by half to 138,000 tonnes in the week of March 28 - April 3 from 277,000 tonnes a week earlier.