The price of euro-super 95 fuel in Montenegro is higher than the average in the region, while euro-diesel is cheaper than the average regional value, shows the data from the Bulletin of the Ministry of Economy.
According to the data of the last weekly Bulletin on Oil Prices, one liter of euro-super 95 in Montenegro costs EUR 1.37, in Croatia EUR 1.42, and EUR 1.44 in Albania.
A liter of euro-super 95 is cheaper in Serbia, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), where it costs €1.3, or €1.17 and €1.13.
Euro-super 95 in Europe is the cheapest in Bulgaria, where it costs €1.11, and the most expensive in the Netherlands, where one liter costs €1.72.
When it comes to euro-diesel, one liter in Montenegro costs €1.25. Euro-diesel in Albania costs €1.43, Serbia €1.39, and Croatia €1.36.
One liter of Euro-diesel is cheaper in BiH and Macedonia, where it costs €1.16 or €1.03.
The cheapest euro-diesel in Europe is paid by citizens of Macedonia, and the most expensive in the UK, €1.58 per liter.
The last changes in fuel prices in Montenegro occurred on April 16th, when euro-super 95 and 98 increased in price by three cents.
The Ministry, or its Directorate for Energy, on September 21st last year, on a weekly basis, publishes basic information on retail petroleum products, i.e. comparable fuel prices in the region.
Text by MINA Business, on May 10th, 2019, read more at Vijesti