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    Fuel prices table in Europe

    The average price in Europe on Super95 for the past two weeks has raised at € 0.01 and now is € 1.17.
    Super95 is the most common type of fuel in Europe and is found on each gasoline station.
    The biggest price observed in Norway, the Netherlands and Italy. In these countries the price are 20-25% more expensive than the European average.

     Portugal has now the fifth most expensive consumer price for Fuel in Europe 22% over the average price, and is one of the most expensive in the world.
    Over a period of a week from 02-02-2015 to 09-02-2015 the final consumer price at the pump for the motorist have increased 8 cents per liter, in one of Europe’s poorest Nations this inflation of prices will have a devastating effect on many families.

    During the crude price drop over the last weeks the petrol companies in Portugal reflected to the consumer very little of that price drop which reached prices of 2009.
    Companies like Galp,BP,Repsol and Cepsa, simply continue on a inflated  price range with the agreement
    Of the government, in fact this is a election year but the Portuguese public continue to hear as they have done in the past four years how more and more taxes are created, in fact this is the only measures the politicians have to stimulate employment and growth, create more phantom taxes.

    The Portuguese are the only Nation that pays Tax on Tax, the average worker has to work 8 months per year just to pay the Taxes.
    There is no reason to have increased the consumer price for Fuel except the reason to exploit the public.

    The announced growth will now be condemned to failure, all politicians and political parties have the same basic worthless ideas that will further degrade the badly structured economy. The present government or future governments should work for the people the ones that elect them and not work and support companies who’s objective is profit at any expense.
    BP has the most expensive final consumer prices for the motorists; in the highways these companies have the prices even more inflated by another 3 cents per liter.
    Here you can see the price of Fuel in Europe (09-02-2015)

    Country
    Super 95
    Premium 98
    Diesel
    1.15 EUR
    1.13 EUR
    1.06 EUR 
    1.20 EUR 
    0.94 EUR 
    0.93 EUR
    0.99 EUR
    0.87 EUR
    1.11 EUR
    1.26 EUR
    1.08 EUR
    1.07 EUR
    1.16 EUR
    0.67 EUR
    0.68 EUR
    0.99 EUR
    0.71 EUR 
    1.39 EUR
    1.46 EUR
    1.20 EUR
    0.94 EUR 
    1.05 EUR 
    0.97 EUR 
    0.96 EUR 
    1.06 EUR 
    1.00 EUR 
    1.12 EUR 
    1.16 EUR
    1.06 EUR 
    1.13 EUR
    1.17 EUR
    1.18 EUR
    1.03 EUR
    1.18 EUR
    1.03 EUR
    1.40 EUR
    1.43 EUR
    1.24 EUR
    1.03 EUR
    1.07 EUR
    1.08 EUR
    1.34 EUR
    1.41 EUR
    1.25 EUR
    1.30 EUR
    1.35 EUR
    1.14 EUR
    0.78 EUR
    0.83 EUR
    0.80 EUR
    1.34 EUR
    1.37 EUR
    1.18 EUR
    1.42 EUR
    1.48 EUR
    1.51 EUR
    1.37 EUR
    1.62 EUR
    1.11 EUR
    1.06 EUR
    1.12 EUR
    1.31 EUR
    1.33 EUR
    1.26 EUR
    1.20 EUR 
    1.59 EUR
    1.68 EUR
    1.51 EUR
    1.01 EUR
    1.06 EUR
    1.01 EUR
    1.02 EUR
    1.06 EUR
    1.01 EUR
    1.11 EUR
    1.18 EUR
    0.98 EUR
    0.96 EUR
    0.98 EUR
    0.79 EUR
    1.44 EUR
    1.36 EUR
    0.81 EUR
    0.84 EUR
    0.76 EUR
    1.07 EUR
    1.14 EUR
    0.98 EUR
    1.58 EUR
    1.64 EUR
    1.29 EUR
    1.68 EUR
    1.77 EUR
    1.57 EUR
    1.02 EUR
    1.12 EUR
    1.03 EUR
    1.43 EUR
    1.55 EUR
    1.24 EUR
    1.16 EUR
    1.28 EUR
    1.18 EUR
    0.47 EUR
    0.52 EUR
    0.45 EUR
    1.05 EUR
    1.11 EUR
    1.13 EUR
    1.31 EUR
    1.48 EUR
    1.20 EUR
    1.26 EUR
    1.29 EUR
    1.17 EUR

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    written by ABSTRACTMIND @ 3:21 pm, ,


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