High margins at gas stations give room for price cuts

The high margins of station operators obtained from the sale of fuels create room for significant reductions, analysts of the e-petrol.pl portal believe. According to them, however, the decline in prices is less dynamic than expected.

Analysts of the e-petrol portal stressed in Wednesday’s information that although fuels are getting cheaper, the pace and extent of the decline is still below expectations. “The high margins of the station managers, obtained from the sale of fuels, create room for significant reductions, above all because crude oil is becoming cheaper and the wholesale market is also discounted” – they underlined.

According to them, the drop in prices at stations is less dynamic: last week, Pb95 petrol and diesel fuel became cheaper by an average of 0.5 PLN and 7.74 PLN per liter. A two cents downward adjustment also applies to the price of gas for cars, which is currently PLN 2.97 per litre, they added.

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They noted that “Silesian, Warmińsko-Mazurskie and Świętokrzyskie Voivodeships stand out today on the fuel map of Poland”. E-petrol.pl recorded the lowest fuel prices there. In Śląskie Voivodeship, the lowest price is Pb95 petrol, for which drivers pay PLN 6.44 per litre. Diesel is the cheapest in the province. Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship (PLN 7.60 per liter), while in Świętokrzyskie – auto gas costs PLN 2.76 per liter.

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The regions where it is currently the most expensive are Podkarpacie and Lower Silesia. “In the first, the highest prices are paid for Pb95 petrol and diesel: 6.68 PLN and 7.79 PLN/l. In Dolnośląskie Voivodeship, diesel and automotive gas are also the most expensive at 3.14 PLN/l l” – ended .

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