As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, the Croatian Government held a telephone session today during which it passed the Decree on determining the highest retail prices of petroleum derivatives, according to which the highest retail prices are calculated according to the formula according to the base price of fossil fuel in the previous fourteen-day period.
This regards a limited margin of 0.0995 euros (0 .75 kuna)/l for diesel and petrol fuel, and 0.0531 euros (0.40 kuna)/l for blue diesel, 0.8229 euros (6.20 kuna)/kg propane-butane mixture for bottles, or 0 ,03716 euros (2.80 kuna)/kg for large containers. Compared to the previous Croatian fuel prices and their accompanying regime, the margin on diesel and petrol fuel, for energy entities, has been returned to the levels we saw back in June 2022.
This regime and as such the new Croatian fuel prices will be valid for the next fourteen day period.
The new prices will be as follows:
– EUR 1.33 (HRK 10.02)/l for petrol fuel (an increase of EUR 0.05)
– 1.47 EUR (11.08 HRK)/l for diesel fuel (an increase of 0.03 EUR)
– 0.97 EUR (7.31 HRK)/l for blue diesel (an increase 0.01 EUR)
– EUR 1.22 (HRK 9.19)/kg LPG for tanks (a reduction of EUR 0.01)
– 1.78 EUR (13.41 HRK)/kg LPG for bottles (a reduction of 0.01 EUR).
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