As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, following yesterday’s session, the Croatian Government adopted the decree on establishing the highest retail prices of oil derivatives. According to the regulation, the highest prices are determined by a formula with a fourteen-day calculation period implied.
Margins in the aforementioned regulation are limited to 0.65/l kuna for petrol (gasoline) and diesel, 2.80/kg kuna for LPG for tanks, and 6.20/kg kuna for LPG for bottles.
The price of blue diesel is fixed at 8.49/l kuna.
This new set of Croatian fuel prices and this particular regime will be applied for the next fourteen days, the government also announced.
The new Croatian fuel prices (as of today) are as follows:
– 11.58 kuna/l for petrol (gasoline) fuel – (48 lipa more expensive)
– 13.19 kuna/l for diesel fuel (25 lipa cheaper)
– 10.16 kuna/kg for LPG for tanks (5 lipa more expensive)
– 8.49 kuna /l for blue diesel – the price has remained the same as before
– 14.41 kuna/kg for LPG for bottles – 5 lipa more expensive
Without the aforementioned capping and measures, Croatian fuel prices would be the following:
– 13.37 kuna /l for petrol (gasoline) fuel
– 15.13 kuna /l for diesel fuel
– 10.45 kuna /l for blue diesel
– 12.01 kuna /kg for LPG for tanks
– 16.75 kuna /kg for LPG for bottles of 7.5 kg and more.
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