The National Petroleum Company (ENAP) reported on Wednesday the prices that will register the fuels from this Thursday. Once again, good news: everyone will notice bullish values thanks to Mepco, who has reversed the upward pressure on the dollar price.
According to the state, since December 6, the liter of gasoline 93 octane is going down -5.8 pesos, reaching 754.7 pesos as a benchmark, marking its seventh consecutive loss, very close to returning to the prices it maintained in mid-August, before the long period of high.
In this way, the 97 octane will also record its sixth drop (from -5.8 pesos), reaching 775.5 pesos per liter.
O diesel, on the other hand, will reach 576.3 pesos per liter, which implies -5.8 pesos less than the previous week.
Along the same lines, the kerosene will drop sharply – 26.6 pesos, reaching 518.8 pesos per liter.
Meanwhile, the liquefied gas (LPG) will remain at 220.5 pesos per liter, as it will register a new low -10.6 pesos in relation to the previous week.
Under this scenario, 93 octane benzene will be registered in seven weeks, with a accumulated loss of -40 pesos in this period, after the long period of increases that raised the price 50.3 pesos in 10 weeks.
Meanwhile, the 97 octane gasoline accumulates its sixth consecutive loss and already accumulates accumulated decrease of -33.2 pesos after the massive increase of 43.4 pesos, which lasted nine weeks.
These prices will be applied between Thursday 6 and Wednesday 12 December.
The prices correspond to ENAP reference values, which only seek to provide information relevant to the fuel market, unlike those reported by the National Energy Commission in its Online Fuel Price Information System.
In fact, the company stresses that it can not be considered a document that defines values for the consumer in Chile, since these are totally free, since the Chilean market is characterized by being open, competitive and deregulated.