The greatest reduction was registered in diesel for vehicle use. 97 and 95 octane gasoholes fell S/0.24 and S/0.26 per gallon, respectively.
The reference prices of the main fuels registered a drop of up to S/0.65 per gallon this week. The greatest setback was located in the diesel for vehicle use (B50-2500 ppm diesel) that went from S/13.12 to S/12.47 a gallon. Bottled LPG had no variation and continues at S/2.56 per kilogram, according to the latest report from the osinergmin.
For their part, 97 and 95 octane gasoholes decreased by S/0.24 and S/0.25 and reached S/10.65 and S/10.37, respectively. While the 90 gasohol was placed at S/9.94 after falling S/0.27. Gasohol of 84 fell back S/0.31 and reached S/9.13 per gallon.
Meanwhile, the reference price of 97 and 95 gasoline fell to S/10.7 and S/10.39 each after falling back by S/0.24 and S/0.26. While 90 gasoline fell S/0.28 and stood at S/9.93. 84 gasoline was reduced by S/0.32 to S/9.05 per gallon.
The values published by Osinergmin are net ex-plant prices, without including taxes (ISC, IGV and filming) or commercial management expenses. Collect the average of the last 10 international crude oil prices (WTI), in this case from January 23 to February 3, 2023.
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