The Ministry of Economy introduced new changes during the petrol crisis
The Ministry of Economy eased restrictions on gas stations / Photo: Getty Images, Collage: Today
In Ukraine, gas stations were allowed to raise prices for gasoline and diesel fuel.
This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Economy.
Now the average price of a liter of gasoline is UAH 31.19, and diesel fuel – UAH 35.63. This means that, taking into account the trade margin, gas stations can sell gasoline at 37.69 UAH/l, and the diesel at 42.63 UAH/l.
Earlier, the Ministry of Economy had already raised the size of the trade margin on fuel, to reduce its deficiency.
Petrol Crisis in Ukraine
Due to the actions of the invaders, the country was swallowed up by a tangible shortage of fuel, and gas station networks had to impose certain restrictions on its sale.
At OKKO gas stations, customers with a Fishka card can receive from 15, 20 and 30 liters, depending on the type of card, and those who do not have Fishka at all can’t refuel.
Filling stations of the WOG network announced that they could only sell 10 liters of gasoline in one car per day, and the restrictions for vacations in the canister were canceled.
In the network “Avias” refuel 20 liters at a timein the presence of fuel, but it is forbidden to collect gasoline in canisters, only in the tank.
At BRSM-Neft, the restrictions are different for each type of fuel:
- 95 Euro Plus – 20 liters;
- A95 Bio – 100 l;
- GP Euro plus – 50 l;
- Gas – 30 l.
There is also a trend towards ordinary drivers being sold only premium fuelsand the most popular ones are fueled by critical infrastructure machines and APUs.
Segodnya used to write about what Ukrainian drivers should prepare for in the near future and told them when they promised to resolve the issue of the gasoline crisis.
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