The reference prices of the main fuels register their seventh week on the decline and fall to S/ 1.04 this Monday, July 25, 2022, according to the latest report from the Supervisory Agency for Investment in Energy and Mining (Osinergmin).
The biggest drop of the week is noted in 97 octane gasoline, which goes from S/ 14.35 to S/ 13.31 per gallon. Also in this group of fuels, 95% gasoline falls S/ 0.92 to S/ 12.73. They are followed by the 90 and 84 gasoline, which drop by S/ 0.75 and S/ 0.36 each, down to S/ 11.96 and S/ 10.24, respectively.
For its part, gasohol 97 contracts by S/ 0.95 to S/ 13.19 per gallon. Meanwhile, gasohol of 95 falls S/ 0.83 to S/ 12.66. While the gasohol of 90 and 84 go to S/ 11.96 and S/ 10.37 respectively, which means a reduction of S/ 0.75 and S/ 0.36 each.
Finally, diesel for vehicular use (B5 0-2500 ppm) drops S/ 0.25 and stands at S/ 14.95 per gallon. The reference price of bottled LPG also contracts and reaches S/ 2.91 per kilogram.
According to Gustavo Navarro, former General Director of Hydrocarbons, the price of fuels will continue its downward trend in the coming weeks due to the fact that in these months the world demand for oil decreases.
The values published by Osinergmin are Net Ex-Plant Prices, without including Taxes (ISC, IGV, Filming), or Commercial Management expenses. It collects the average of the last 10 prices of international crude oil (WTI), in this case from July 11 to 22, 2022.
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