After Petrobras announced an 8.8% increase in the price of diesel for distributors, the fuel rose by R$0.21 in the average price found at gas stations in Brazil.
According to the price bulletin of the National Petroleum Agency, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP), released this Friday (13), the average value of a liter was registered at R$ 6.84 this week, compared to R$ 6 .63 of the last week.
Last Monday (9), Petrobras announced that the price of fuel from refineries to distributors would cost R$4.91, and no longer R$4.51. The price increase was the first in 60 days, and the state-owned company decided to maintain, per hour, the amounts charged for gasoline and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).
Cooking gas, which had a price reduction in April by Petrobras, dropped for the second week in a row and dropped below R$113 for the first time in seven weeks.
According to the survey, the average price of a 13 kg cylinder was R$ 112.93, compared to R$ 113.11 last week. Gasoline, which broke the historical record for the average price in the ANP survey last week, remained at around R$7.29.
The maximum price recorded this week was in the state of Rio de Janeiro, in the state capital, at a gas station in the Recreio dos Bandeirantes neighborhood, where a liter of gasoline was found at R$8.99. of oil, registered a fall in the average price of a liter in the country for the second consecutive week. According to the ANP, alcohol was verified at R$ 5.32 this week, while last week fuel cost an average of R$ 5.44.
Vehicular natural gas (CNG) recorded an increase of four cents in the price per cubic meter, from R$5.22 to R$5.26 this week.
Source: CNN Brasil