Whether Premium, Regular or Diesel, here are the highest and lowest gas prices. (Infobae)
Before filling the tank of your car, check the price of gasoline and diesel in the country’s capital this Sunday, November 5, registered on the Facilito platform of the Supervisory Body for Investment in Energy and Mining (Osinergmin).
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It is relevant to mention that the price of gasoline varies every day, so it is necessary to know its highest and lowest value.
It is important to emphasize that the rates published by Facilito are reported by the gas station operators themselves through the Osinergmin Virtual Platform.
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Date: November 5
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Maximum price: 18.39 soles per gallon
Minimum price: 15.79 soles per gallon
Maximum price: 20.69 soles per gallon
Minimum price: 16.89 soles per gallon
Maximum price: 21.54 soles per gallon
Minimum price: 16.84 soles per gallon
The price of fuel in Lima changes every day. (Andean)
Facilito is a platform created by Osinergmin that allows you to know the cost of fuel throughout Peru.
In its records it not only has information on gasoline and diesel, but also on natural gas for vehicles, as well as liquefied petroleum gas, better known by its acronym LPG, both automotive and bottled.
In addition to knowing the fuel rate, it also tells you where the nearest gas station is with the best rate.
The Facilito platform is available online, either on the official website https://www.facilito.gob.pe/ or in the application that you can download for your cell phone for both IOS and Android.
Different factors define the cost of gasoline in Peru, ranging from the international price of crude oil, taxes and tariffs applied by the government, to transportation and distribution costs, as well as the profit margins of the stations. of service.
The international price of crude oil is one of the main factors that influence gasoline prices in Peru. The value of crude oil is volatile and subject to daily changes in international markets. When it increases, it is likely that gasoline prices will also increase and vice versa.
It is worth mentioning that the Peruvian government applies taxes and tariffs on fuels. These taxes can vary and their level can change over time, which directly affects the final price of gasoline.
Taxes may include the Selective Consumption Tax (ISC), which is a specific tax on fuels, and the General Sales Tax (IGV), which is a value-added tax.
Transportation and distribution costs also influence gasoline costs. Peru is large and fuels must be transported from ports or refineries to service stations in different regions of the country. Logistics costs associated with transportation and distribution may vary depending on geographic location and available infrastructure.
Finally, service stations also apply profit margins on the price of gasoline. These margins can vary between service stations and depend on factors such as competition in the area, operating costs and the commercial policies of each station.
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