Also this weekend, the most expensive petrol was available in Tallinn, followed by Riga, but the cheapest petrol was in Vilnius. The highest price for diesel this week was in Riga, but the lowest was in Vilnius.
At the “Circle K” filling stations in Riga, the price of 95th grade petrol did not change during the week and on Friday cost 1.544 euros per liter, but the price of diesel fuel decreased by 0.7% – to 1.404 euros per liter.
In Vilnius, the price of 95-mark petrol increased by 1.1% to 1.482 euros per liter, while the price of diesel rose by 1.2% to 1.372 euros per liter.
At the Circle K filling stations in Tallinn, the price of 95-mark petrol, which was stable for three weeks, decreased by 0.3% to 1.579 euros per liter, while the price of diesel increased by 1.1% to 1.389 euros per liter.
The price of autogas in Riga and Vilnius increased by 2.6% and on Friday cost 0.795 euros and 0.792 euros per liter, respectively. In Tallinn, the price of autogas decreased by 1.2% and cost 0.82 euros per liter.