National Petroleum Company (ENAP) reported on Wednesday prices that will register fuel from this Thursday. Good news, they all record values at a disadvantage.
According to the company, since November 29, 93 octane gasoline will fall by 5.8 pesos, reaching 760.5 pesos as reference, its sixth consecutive loss.
Meantime 97 octanes will also register his fifth drop (5.8 pesos) and will reach 781.3 pesos per liter.
The diesel, on the other hand it reaches 582.1 pesos per liter, which means -5.8 pesos less than the previous week.
On the other hand kerosene will represent a sharp decline of -29.0 pesos, reaching 518.8 pesos per liter.
Meantime liquefied gas (LPG) will remain at 231.1 pesos per liter, as compared to the previous week it will see a new loss of -1.9 pesos.
Prices are the same reference values ENAP, which seeks to provide only important information for the fuel market, as opposed to information published by the National Energy Commission in its online fuel price information system.
In fact, the company points out that it can not be considered as a document defining the values for consumers in Chile because they are completely free, because the Chilean market is characterized by being open, competitive and deregulated.