Over the week (October 22-29), the national average price of gasoline A-92 increased by 67 kopecks / l and amounted to 30.83 UAH / l, gasoline A-95 rose by 71 kopecks / l – up to 31, 74 UAH / l, and diesel fuel – by 75 kopecks / l, up to 30.63 UAH / l. This is evidenced by the data of the daily price monitoring of the Consulting Group “A-95”.
The increase in prices was the result of a fuel price adjustment on October 22 in accordance with the government decree on the maximum trade margin.
In particular, at WOG and OKKO, gasoline A-92 rose in price by 50 kopecks / l, to 32.49 UAH / l, gasoline A-95 – by 63 kopecks / l, to 33.20 UAH / l, and diesel fuel – by 72 kopecks / l, up to 32.07 UAH / l.
In the AMIC network, prices for gasoline and diesel fuel increased by an average of 39-67 kopecks per liter. SOCAR increased the cost of gasoline by 0.63-1 UAH / l, and Shell – by 60-72 kopecks / l.
The largest consolidated network of Privat Group (Avias, ANP, Ukrnafta and others – only 1,540 stations) raised prices for gasoline and diesel fuel by UAH 1 / liter. In particular, in the ANP network, gasoline A-92 rose in price to UAH 29.95 / l, A-95 – up to UAH 30.95 / l and diesel fuel – up to UAH 30.00 / l. At Ukrnafta stations, prices for the “two” rose to 30.00 UAH / l, for the “five” and diesel fuel – up to 31.00 and 30.00 UAH / l.
Such networks as Shell, BRSM-Nafta, KLO, Avantage 7, Parallel, UPG, Prime, Ruhr Group, Avtoport, Motto and others have raised fuel prices within 0, 15-1 UAH / l (see table).
Change in retail prices for gasoline and diesel fuel at filling stations from October 22 to October 29, UAH / l: