12 May 2011, Thursday, 16:04

Benzene at filling stations of “BASHNEFT” and “BASHKIRNEFTEPRODUCT” has become more expensive

author: Rasul Hamidullin

Beginning from May 10, 2011, the retail fuel prices at filling stations of JSC “BASHNEFT” and JSC “BASHKIRNEFTEPRODUCT” went up. The cost of fuel grew by 2,4% on average. Thus, the price for “Premium Euro-95” is 25,7 rubles for one liter, “Regular Euro-92” – 23,7 rubles and “Normal-80” – 22,6 rubles for one liter. The cost of diesel fuel “Euro” and of the benzene “Super-98” isn’t changed.

The press-service of JSC “BASHNEFT” reports the rise of fuel prices is explained by the general tendency to the rise of the world oil prices, which determine the prices for the staff, used in production of motor fuels.

themes: fuel prices