Most of the wholesale prices of the main fuels registered this week increases of up to S/ 0.94 per gallon, according to the latest report from Petroperu.
The largest weekly increase was found in 95 and 97 octane gasoline, which rose S/ 0.94 to S/ 20.94 and S/ 20.80 per gallon, respectively. Meanwhile, gasolines of 90 and 84 did not register variation and continue at S/ 16.17 and S/ 14.34 each.
For its part, the plant price of 97-octane gasohol rose S/ 0.88 and reached S/ 20.79 per gallon. Similarly, gasohol 95 stood at S/ 20.67 after increasing by S/ 0.89, followed by gasohol 90, which became more expensive by S/ 0.85 and reached S/ 19.53 per gallon. Gasohol at 84 remained at S/ 14.35.
Finally, diesel for vehicular use did not register a variation and continues at S/ 18.01 per gallon, as well as bottled LPG, which continues at S/ 2.99 per kilogram.
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