The prices of fuel in Serbia have continued to drop this week. Since the end of January, a liter of diesel fuel has dropped by 22 dinars, whereas the price of petrol has dropped by 18 dinars.
The average price of Euro premium BMB 95 in Serbia is 132.40 dinars per liter, Euro diesel costs 141.90 dinars, and TNG autogas costs 73.90 dinars per liter.
Seven days ago, Serbia was third in the region when it comes to the average price of Euro Premium BNB, behind Greece and Albania. This type of fuel was cheaper in Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, B&H, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary and North Macedonia.
In Serbia, seven days ago, diesel fuel cost EUR 1.271 per liter on average, the highest price in the region after Albania. The fuel was cheaper in Greece, Croatia, Slovenia, Romania, Montenegro, B&H, Hungary, Bulgaria and Macedonia.
Autogas cost EUR 0.67 per liter in Serbia a week ago, and it was more expensive in Greece only, whereas, in all other countries of the region, it was cheaper.
The price of a barrel of crude oil (Brent) in the world market was USD 68.91 on January 6, on March 31 it was USD 22.4, and on April 13 it grew to USD 31.74.
On April 24, 2019, the price of a barrel of crude oil (Brent) peaked for that year at USD 74.57.
The average price of Brent oil in 2019 was USD 64.22, and this year it is USD 48.54.