When you fill the tank with diesel, you will pay 6.5 cents less per litre. If it's petrol you use, then you'll pay 3.5 cents less per litre, a market source told ECO.
This means that you will pay 1.814 euros per litre of simple diesel and 1.788 euros per litre of simple petrol 95, taking into account the average values practiced at the pumps this Monday, released by the Directorate-General for Energy and Geology (DGEG).
Final consumer prices may differ from service station to service station. And they can still undergo adjustments to take into account the closing of Brent prices and the behaviour of the foreign exchange market.
My wife and I were in France visiting a few weeks ago and petrol was 0.20 euros cheaper. Even when it was world news that France was having trouble getting petroleum at all. Why Portugal? Why the big price difference?
By Steven from Algarve on 14 Nov 2022, 13:57