The reference prices of the main fuels registered this Monday, April 3, an increase of up to S/0.18 compared to the values registered in the last week of March, according to the Supervisory Agency for Investment in Energy and Mining (osinergmin).
The fuels with the greatest variation were gasohol and premium gasoline, which reached S/9.99 and S/9.96 per gallon, respectively.
Meanwhile he regular gasohol and regular gasoline they rose S/0.14 to S/8.66 and S/8.52 per gallon each.
For his part, he gasohol of 84 it increased by S/0.07 and reached S/8.66; meanwhile, the 84 gasoline rose S/0.06 and stood at S/8.52 per gallon.
He low sulfur diesel it stood at S/19.49 after falling S/0.14 per gallon. He bottled LPG it rose S/0.02 to S/2.12 per kilogram.
WTI tops $80 per barrel
It should be noted that the Osinergmin reference prices include the average of the last 10 international prices for Petroleum Texas Intermediate (WTI).
Precisely, this Monday the WTI shot up 6.01% at its opening, up to US$80.22 a barrel, above the US$80 barrier, after the OPEC+ alliance confirmed a cut of 1.66 million barrels per day from May, according to Agencia EFE.
At 1:00 p.m. GMT (08:00 a.m. Peru time on Monday, March 3), WTI futures contracts for May delivery were earning US$4.55 compared to the previous day’s close.
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