Gazprom Neft and Bashneft refineries in Russia raised gasoline prices at the beginning of the week compared to prices seen on August 9, data from the Central Fuel and Energy Dispatcher's Office shows, according to Samotlor Express.
The highest price for for gasoline at refineries on Monday was found at Bashneft. RON-92 cost 34,000 roubles a ton (up 2.1%), Premium-95 cost 37,500 roubles per ton (up 6.2%), Super-98 cost 39,000 per ton (up 5.4%).
The biggest hike in prices was seen at the Omsk refinery where the prices for a ton of Premium-95 and Euro-Super-98 rose over 6%, Kommersant reports.
Copyright: Samotlor Express , 2013.