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LPG price review in Eurozone (May 24-31)

Oil&Gas Materials 4 June 2010 17:45

Azerbaijan, Baku, June 4 /Trend A.Badalova/

Over the past week (May 24-31), the average consumer price (including taxes) for LPG in 18 Eurozone countries remained stable at 616 euro per 1,000 liters. Data on fuel prices are posted on the official Web site of the European Commission.

The highest price for LPG in the Eurozone last week was observed in Bulgaria at 935 euro per 1,000 liters increasing by 16 euro, and lowest in Romania at 461 euro per 1,000 liters.

In the LPG prices, France ranked second, where the price last week remained at 721 euro per 1,000 liters increasing by 2 euro.

The Netherlands occupied third place among Eurozone countries. The price for LPG in the country reduced by 6 euro last week and was 701 euro per 1,000 liters.

Portugal occupied fourth place among Eurozone countries. The price for LPG in the country reduced by 1 euro last week and was 690 euro per 1,000 liters.

The price for LPG in Slovenia was 665 euro per 1,000 liters.

Italy occupied sixth place among Eurozone countries. The price for LPG in the country was 660 euro per 1,000 liters.

Hungary occupied seventh place among Eurozone countries. The price for LPG in the country increased by 3 euro last week and was 649 euro per 1,000 liters.

The prices for LPG in Estonia and Germany were 632 euro and 621 euro per 1,000 liters.

Comparison of LPG Prices in 18 Eurozone Countries:

Countries

Price in euro

(May 24-31)

Price in euro

(May 7-24)

Bulgaria

935

951

France

721

719

Netherlands

701

707

Portugal

690

691

Slovenia

665

665

Italy

660

660

Hungary

649

646

Estonia

632

632

Germany

621

621

Spain

617

617

Czech Republic

571

568

Lithuania

568

567

Belgium

545

566

Latvia

534

535

Poland

519

516

Luxembourg

517

529

Slovakia

483

477

Romania

461

461

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