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LPG price review in Eurozone (Dec. 27-Jan. 3)

Oil&Gas Materials 7 January 2011 16:43

Azerbaijan, Baku, Jan. 7 /Trend A.Badalova/

Over the past week (Dec. 27-Jan. 3), the average consumer price (including taxes) for LPG in 18 Eurozone countries remained stable at 693 euro per 1,000 liters. Data on fuel prices are posted on the official Web site of the European Commission.

There is no data on Dec. 20-27 due to holidays in Europe. The price hits 683 euro per 1,000 liters in 18 Eurozone countries (Dec. 13-20).

The highest price for LPG in the Eurozone last week was observed in the Netherlands at 857 euro per 1,000 liters, and lowest in Slovakia at 527 euro per 1,000 liters.

In the LPG prices, France ranked second, where the price last week hit 810 euro per 1,000 liters.

In the LPG prices, Slovenia ranked third, where the price last week hit 780 euro per 1,000 liters.

In the LPG prices, Hungary ranked fourth, where the price last week hit 765 euro per 1,000 liters.

In the LPG prices, Italy ranked fifth, where the price last week hit 749 euro per 1,000 liters.

In the LPG prices, Portugal ranked sixth, where the price last week hit 740 euro per 1,000 liters.

In the LPG prices, Belgium ranked seventh, where the price last week hit 725 euro per 1,000 liters.

Comparison of LPG Prices in 18 Eurozone Countries:

Countries

Price in euro

(Dec.27 -Jan.3)

Price in euro

(Dec.13-20)

Netherlands

857

843

France

810

801

Slovenia

785

780

Hungary

765

742

Italy

749

740

Portugal

740

723

Belgium

725

725

Germany

707

693

Lithuania

691

673

Czechia

674

660

Luxembourg

664

667

Poland

658

645

Spain

652

652

Bulgaria

649

649

Estonia

633

632

Romania

603

578

Latvia

600

573

Slovakia

527

522

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