The average price of gasoline for the Brazilian consumer last week reached a record value of R $ 3,850 per liter. The data are from the Survey of Prices and Margins of Commercialization of Fuels (LPMCC) of the National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP), made between the 3rd and 9th of this month.
The survey analyzed 3,160 stations and found a minimum sale price of gasoline of R $ 3,149 and a maximum of R $ 4,950. For distributors, the average price of gasoline per liter reached R $ 3,410.
In relation to ethanol, the average price per liter sold for consumption was R $ 2,612 in the week surveyed, reaching R $ 2,265 in the distributor. The liter of diesel reached the consumer for the average price of R $ 3,150 and the distributor for R $ 2,759.
The Survey of Prices and Margins of Fuel Commercialization covers prices surveyed in 459 Brazilian locations.