By the end of the working week, both petrol and diesel were the most expensive in Tallinn, followed by Rīga, and the lowest prices were in Vilnius.
In Riga, at the Circle K petrol station on Krasta Street, the price of 95-brand petrol increased by 4.6% – to €1.834 per liter, while the price of diesel increased by 7.2% – to €1.944 per liter.
In Vilnius, at the Circle K petrol station Savanoriu Prospectus, 95-brand petrol cost €1,739 per liter, which is 2.2% less than a week ago, while the price of diesel increased by 1.6% to €1.929 per liter.
In Tallinn, the price of brand 95 petrol at the Circle K service stations climbed 3.8% – to €1.929 per liter, while the price of diesel increased by 5.4% – to €1.949 per liter.
The price of autogas in Riga remained unchanged and cost €0.825 per liter. In Vilnius and Tallinn, prices decreased, respectively in Vilnius by 1.3% – to €0.789 per liter, while in Tallinn – by 1.1% – to €0.87 per liter.