towards an upcoming increase in the prices of gasoline and diesel?

towards an upcoming increase in the prices of gasoline and diesel?
towards an upcoming increase in the prices of gasoline and diesel?

For several weeks, fuel prices have been falling sharply. Some have also reached the lowest levels since the start of the year. A relief for French motorists, but this downward trend could soon be reversed.

For this Friday, June 14, unleaded 98 is displayed at 1.917 euros per liter on average by the specialized site Carburants.org. Still according to the same source, unleaded 95 is sold at 1.841 euros per liter. As for E10 and E85, the prices are respectively 1.815 and 0.864 euros per liter. Concerning diesel, it is offered this Friday at 1.703 euros per liter on average, according to Carburants.org.

Whether for diesel or gasoline, prices are in clear decline compared to previous weeks, or even months. For diesel, for example, we have to go back until July 2023 to find such low levels.

The stations which offer the cheapest fuels in France

According to The Telegram, which brings together the cheapest pumps on its site, it is the Biesheim station (Haut-Rhin) CD 52 Zone Industrielle which offers the best price for diesel this Friday June 14, namely 1,430 euros per liter. As for the SP95, the lowest price of the day is around 1.723 euros. It is offered by the Intermarché station – Andernos-les-Bains (Gironde) – 2 rue Bertin Lalande. As for the SP98, it is the Leclerc – Dainville (Pas-de-Calais) – Jean Mermoz station which offers the best price, with 1.649 euros per liter.

Should we fear an increase in fuel prices?

With this drop in fuel prices, motorists do not hide their relief. “Pper month, it takes around 150 to 200 euros. It’s still felt because we’re driving, seemingly nothing. We need our cars », Explained a motorist to TF1. “ It costs me 20,000 to 25,000 euros per year », Also said a professional who uses nine vehicles for his business.

However, we must remain vigilant regarding the evolution of gasoline and diesel prices, because they could quickly start to rise again. For good reason, “tEvery year, in good weather, it’s the period when everyone takes out their car, drives a lot and, in fact, consumes a lot. This increase in demand should push products upwards. », Salomé Ruel, professor of logistics management, told TF1.

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