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Recommended retail price of petrol rises above 2.10 euros

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The Dutch petrol price has risen above 2.10 euros per liter for the first time, consumer collective UnitedConsumers reports that fuel prices will follow. That is already more than 5 percent higher than at the beginning of this month when more than 2 euros per liter had to be paid for the first time.

The average suggested retail price for a liter of E10 (Euro95) rose on Thursday by 0.2 cents to 2.101 euros. UnitedConsumers arrives at that price by checking the suggested retail prices of five major oil companies on a daily basis. The suggested retail price of LPG also went up. A liter now costs 1,131 euros. The suggested retail price for a liter of diesel remained unchanged at 1,760 euros.

The price of oil has risen sharply recently. The recovery of the global economy after the corona crisis increased demand for fossil fuels, which led to higher prices.

The suggested retail price of the oil companies is asked almost exclusively at gas stations along the highway. In other places, petrol is often offered at a cheaper price because gas station operators there spend less on the rent of the land. That can save up to 20 cents per liter of petrol.



Recommended retail price of petrol rises above 2.10 euros
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