Everything goes up: know the new rise that the price of fuels will have starting this Thursday | Economy

93, 97 octane gasoline and diesel will have an increase of 9.7 pesos per liter each. On the other hand, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) for vehicle use will have a slight increase of $0.6 per liter, which will take effect from this Thursday.

The National Oil Company (Enap) announced this Wednesday, September 21, a new increase in the price of all fuels, including gasoline, diesel and liquefied gas.

It was specified in detail that this is a new hike for 93 and 97 octane gasoline, 9.7 pesos per liter respectively.

On the other hand, the import parity price resulted in an increase of 9.7 pesos per liter for the value of diesel.

It was also indicated that liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) for vehicular use will have a slight increase in $0.6 per liter.

This announcement comes after two weeks of slight decreases in the price of gasoline, after extensive 37 weeks of constant rises.

– 93 octane: +9.7 pesos per liter.
– 97 octane: +9.7 pesos per liter.
– Diesel: +9.7 pesos per liter.
– LPG: +0.6 pesos per liter.

This decision was made considering the Import Parity Price rule, the Fuel Stabilization Mechanism (Mepco) and the Oil Price Stabilization Fund (FEPP).

Finally, it was recalled that Enap does not regulate or set the price of gasoline or benzines in the Chilean market.

It should be noted that in the last update made by the state company on September 14, 93-octane gasoline dropped 10 pesos, standing at 1,278 pesos. This, while that of 97 octane fell by 5.6 pesos, standing at 1,297 pesos.

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