According to a report by ECO a litre of diesel, the most used fuel in Portugal, should fall by one cent, and petrol should rise by one cent.

From Monday, when you go to fill up, you will have to pay 1,795 euros per litre of simple diesel and 1,867 euros per litre of simple 95 petrol, taking into account the average values practiced at the pumps on Mondays, published by the Directorate- General Energy and Geology (DGEG).

These prices already take into account the discounts applied by gas stations and the review of temporary tax measures to help mitigate the increase in fuel prices. The Government maintained the fuel support that was in force in August, despite the increase in prices, which represented an increase in the carbon tax on diesel by two cents and by 1.8 cents on gasoline compared to July.