The retail cost of petrol in the half of the Ukrainian regions grew by two kopiyka ($0,00075) averagely; in other regions the price has not changed. The same situation is with the prices for diesel fuel and the price for autogas has not changed only in eight regions as the A-95 consulting group reported.
The minimal price increase of A-92 and A-95 petrol is observed in Lviv and Kharkiv regions (+one kopiyka, $0,00038). Mostly, the petrol grew in price in Zakarpattia region (+13 kopiyka, $0,0049). The price for A-95+ petrol remained unchanged in all regions.
The diesel fuel got up averagely by three kopiyka but in Odesa region its price grew by 10 kopiyka. The autogas’ price continues to grow in a few days in a row.
The cheapest petrol of all types (A-92, A-95 and A-95+) is sold in Sumy region – 19.66 hryvnia ($0.74), 20.66 hryvnia ($0.78) and 22.32 hryvnia ($0.84) per liter respectively. The cheapest diesel fuel is observed in Kharkiv region – 20.07 ($0.75) hryvnia per liter. The cheapest autogas is observed in Chernihiv region – 10.23 hryvnia ($0.38) per liter.
The most expensive A-92, A-95 petrol and diesel fuel are found in Luhansk region. The most expensive A-95+ is sold in Zhytomyr and Zakarpattia regions. The autogas sold in Odesa regions is found to be the most expensive.
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.
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