The (ENAP) National Oil Company reported on Wednesday that the prices will register fuels by Thursday. Again another & # 39;, good news: all values will download & # 39; down thanks to MEPCO, the heart pressure & # 39; up on the price of the dollar.
According to the state-owned company, from December 6 liters of gasoline 93 octane will go down -5.8 pesos, Reaching 754.7 pesos as a reference, and referred to the seven & # 39; its consecutive losses, very close to return to the prices maintained at & # 39; mid-August, before the extended period increases.
On that road, the 97 octane will also record the – sixth drop (from -5.8 pesos), Which reached 775.5 pesos per liter.
the – diesel, On the other hand, will reach 576.3 pesos per liter, which implies -5.8 pesos less than a week & # 39; before.
In – line, the – petroleum will present a reduction in & # 39; blow out – 2008 -26.6 pesos, Reaching 518.8 pesos per liter.
Meanwhile, the – liquefied gas (LPG) will remain & # 39; of & # 39; 220.5 pesos per liter, since it will record a new low rate & # 39; -10.6 pesos in respect of the week & # 39; before.
Under this scenario, benzene of & # 39; 93 oktanu will record seven & # 39; weeks & # 39; below, with accumulated drop of & # 39; -40 pesos f & # 39; that period, after a long period of increases that raised the price of & # 39; & # 39 at 50.3 pesos, ten weeks.
Meanwhile, the petrol & # 39; 97 oktanu accumulates its sixth consecutive loss, and already builds accumulated reduction & # 39; -33.2 pesos after fierce increase & # 39; 43.4 pesos, which lasted for nine & # 39; weeks.
These prices apply between Thursday 6 and Wednesday 12 & # 39; December.
The prices correspond to the values of & # 39; reference & # 39; ENAP, seeking only to provide relevant information to the fuel market, b & # 39; difference from those reported by the National Energy Commission in System & # 39; Online information of the price of its fuel.
In fact, the company notes that can not be regarded as a document defining customer values in Chile, since they are completely free, because the Chilean market is characterized by open, competitive and deregulated.