Oil prices in the world down, in Balkans up

Oil prices in Balkans same as in rich European countries

Oil prices in the world down, in Balkans up

World Bulletin/News Desk

In almost all Balkan countries petroleum prices are high and almost same as prices in rich European countries.

In July this year, the highest rise of petroleum prices in Balkans was recorded in Montenegro, which became a regional leader: at the moment price of diesel 95 amounts from 1.29 to 1.38 euros.

In Croatia, new price of one liter unleaded 95 octane is 1.42, unleaded 98 octane is 1.46 and diesel 1.33 euros.

In the most gas stations of Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, petroleum prices went up in May. Unleaded 95 octane in Bosnia costs 1.20, unleaded 98 octane 1.22 and diesel 1.20 euros.

New price of one liter unleaded 95 octane in Albania amounts 1.29, 98 octane 1.38 and diesel 1.28 euros.

Only in Serbia prices decreased slightly. Premium BMB 95 costs 1.29 euros per liter while diesel costs 1.32 euros. Petroleum prices in Serbia are being adjusted to global market prices every 15 days.

Prices in US and Europe went below 107 and 110 dollars per barrel.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 21 Ağustos 2013, 14:49
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