The stock of the propane and butane in Ukraine increased by 10.7% or up to 13.600 tons as at October 1 according to the data of the State Statistics Service.
At the same time the stock of the coal decreased by 13.6% or up to 2749.1 tons, the stock of the motor petrol equals to 115,700 tons (increased by 0.6%), diesel fuel – 177.600 tons (decreased by 8.2%).
At the same time, the stock of the fuel oil increased by 10.2% or up to 154.700 tons.
The data does not include annexed peninsula Crimea and Sevastopol and the occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
The average price of the auto gas equaled 0.48 dollars as at October 25. It decreased by 0.8%.
The price of the gasoline A-92 equaled 0.96 dollars, A-95 – 0.99 dollars and diesel fuel – 0.9 dollars.
The Antimonopoly Committee will finish the investigation of the rising cost of the auto gas in Ukraine in two months. The average retail price for the liquefied petroleum gas increased in 1.5 times from 1 until 30 August. First Vice Minister, Minister of Economy Development and Trade Stepan Kubiv ordered the Ministry of Energy, Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine, law enforcements and State Fiscal Service to investigate the reasons of the rising of the price of the liquefied petroleum gas and to assume measures for slippage in the value of the fuel and support of the competition at the market.