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Gasoline Has Fallen In Price In Russia

Gasoline Has Fallen In Price In Russia
Gasoline Has Fallen In Price In Russia

In some regions of Russia, gasoline prices have decreased at filling stations. This is reported by "Vedomosti" with reference to the Central Dispatch Office of the Fuel and Energy Complex (CDU TEK).

  • Most of all, gasoline fell in price in Siberia, namely in the Altai Territory and the Altai Republic. The price per liter of AI-92 in two regions fell by 45 kopecks - to 40.26 and 40.45 rubles, respectively. On average in the Siberian Federal District, the cost of a liter of AI-92 decreased by 23 kopecks - to 40.73 rubles, and AI-95 - by 13 kopecks (to 43.26 rubles).
  • In Dagestan, the average cost of gasoline decreased by 34 kopecks (to 43.41 rubles per liter), in Yakutia - by 32 kopecks (to 57.99 rubles), in Tatarstan - by 18 kopecks (to 41.57 rubles), in Karelia - by 16 kopecks (up to 42.48 rubles), and in the Ivanovo region - by 13 kopecks (up to 41.69 rubles).
  • In Moscow and St. Petersburg, the cost of gasoline remained at the same level. For a liter of AI-92 they ask for 42.91 and 42.76 rubles, and for AI-95 - 47.12 and 46.01 rubles, respectively.
  • Gasoline is falling in price amid falling demand caused by restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, a serious price decline is unlikely due to the damping mechanism in place in Russia, which should keep fuel prices down during oil price changes.