Fuel prices around the world.

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Hay Dude

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Up .80 cents per gallon here since September. Its killing us and this is just the proverbial tip of the iceberg I fear.
 
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Fuddy1952

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Wonder why prices are so cheap in Venezuela? 2021_02_27_17.53.01.jpg
 
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The fuel prices in my country have increased by about $0.30 per liter since January.

Diesel is now at $6.192 per gallon. Used to be somewhere around $5.90 in December.
 
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Lots of conversions needed to get to $/gallon. Typically, it's been near $7/gallon in Italy and near $5/gallon in other European countries, for gasoline. Diesel prices are generally lower, nearer what we pay, but they charge a big tax on diesel vehicles.
 
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Each country does business differently with the fossil fuel companies. Do they ask for money up front (permits, leasing costs, accountability for disasters, campaign donations, etc) or do they expect cheap prices for the consumer? Just discussing the cost at the pump doesn't show the whole picture.
 

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Plenty of fuel now priced $4 and higher...

Only a few weeks back it was under $3...

That is a 33% increase since December... sobering.
 
 
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