For the period from September 8 to 11 retail prices for liquefied gas in the networks of Ukrainian filling stations decreased in the national average gas fell by 21 kopecks./l – to 15.37 UAH/liter. About this enkorr reported by the Consulting group A-95.
Considerable reduction of prices on autogas has occurred in the retail network of the company “middle of the drawno-Ukraine”, where he fell 1.35 RS./l to 13.50 UAH/l. Thus, the cost of LPG in the company network established at the minimum at the country level. The company noted that the established price tag will be preserved on stelae network in the near future.
Network of AGFCS Avantazh-7, traditionally selling in the lower price range, to September 11, was able to lower the price to 13.95 UAH/l (-60 liter over the weekend). In turn, illegal network of AGFCS in the Kiev region decreased to 14.10 UAH/liter.
A more gradual fall in prices observed in networks OKKO and WOG, where autogas fell 21-25 liter of 15.39 UAH/liter and of 15.42 UAH/liter, respectively. 50 kopecks/liter, the price of LPG decreased by the the Metropolitan network stations KLO and the network Parallel. The network Quorum autogas fell by 90 kopecks./l to 14.99 UAH/liter.
We will remind, for the period from 7 to 8 September, the national average gas prices dropped by 15 kopecks./l – to 15.58 UAH/liter.
On August 30 the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that the price of liquefied natural gas is expected to decline in the second half of September.
Market participants and experts believe that the price of liquefied petroleum gas has passed the peak values, the stabilization of the market with the consequent decrease of prices is expected in late September – early October.
29 Aug Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman instructed relevant ministries and agencies to deal with the situation on the liquefied gas market and to take measures to reduce the cost of fuel. The Antimonopoly Committee has started an investigation.
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