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    What Price of 95-Petrol :

    The price of Brent crude oil has fallen as low as USD $18- $19 per barrell. What is the price of 95 petrol per litre in your part of UK ?

    #2
    https://www.petrolprices.com tells you the price in any postcode.!

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      #3
      Last filling of 95 petrol at Morrisions Supermarket in Hull was £1.14 per litre.

      Saw a sign last week , 95 petrol priced at £1.07 per litre .

      Has anyone paid below £1 ?

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        #4
        i think my son paid 92p recently

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          #5
          Which part of UK , can you buy petrol at 92 p ?

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            #6
            Other things are made from crude oil - including clothes. I wonder if the price of these will come down down too (even if we can't get to the shops to buy them)?

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              #7
              Too many people are living on their weekly or monthly income and have no savings.

              They may not have a job and so they will buy their cheap clothes from charity shops . So price of crude oil does not impact price of clothes.

              Under lockdown and "stay at home", the usage of private cars and discount airlines has fallen to below 10%, so price of petrol should be lower.

              But it seems members of LZ forum have not driven their car to the supermarket petrol station since Mar 23.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Gordon999 View Post
                But it seems members of LZ forum have not driven their car to the supermarket petrol station since Mar 23.
                I can do 25 return trips to the supermarket on a tank of fuel.

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                  #9
                  My best marker for oil prices is the kerosene I have to buy most non-summer months.
                  In October it was 45p per litre, this month it's 14p.
                  When I post, I am expressing an opinion - feel free to disagree, I have been wrong before.
                  Please don't act on my suggestions without checking with a grown-up (ideally some kind of expert).

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                    #10


                    Press release - 06 May 2020 09:
                    The average cost of filling up a car with unleaded petrol has dropped to its lowest level since May 2016, as a result of the historic oil price falls caused by the coronavirus outbreak, data from RAC Fuel Watch shows*.
                    The average price of a litre of petrol fell by 4.15p in April, from 113.1p to 108.95p, meaning the cost of filling a 55-litre hatchback car fell from £62.21 to just £59.92. Those able to refill at the cheapest UK supermarket forecourts meanwhile were able to do so for just £56.49. Drivers of diesel cars can now refill for £63, down from £64.63, thanks to the average price of a litre falling nearly 3p from 117.5p to 114.54p per litre last month.
                    Ironically, the impact of the coronavirus, despite being one of the main factors in why UK fuel prices have dropped, is also the reason why they are not falling any further. The cost of oil collapsed to its lowest level in 21 years last month – down to just $13 on 21 April – as a result of demand disappearing in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. But while this sent wholesale prices plunging still further in the month, some of the UK’s largest fuel retailers did not cut forecourt prices with so few people buying fuel in the first place. This was in sharp contrast to March which saw the supermarkets announce an unprecedented 12p per litre price chop on a single day.


                    Subject to any significant easing of the coronavirus lockdown restrictions that have forced millions of drivers to restrict the number of journeys they have taken since 23 March, there remains scope for a further 12p per litre to come off the prices of both petrol and diesel. If fully reflected at the pumps, this would see unleaded down to an average price of 96p per litre and diesel down to 102p. Clearly however, retailers are only going to reduce prices again if they can be confident of selling fuel in large enough quantities.

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                      #11
                      Just seen an email from Morrisons Supermarket, unleaded petrol is priced at 99.7p per litre.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by MdeB View Post

                        I can do 25 return trips to the supermarket on a tank of fuel.
                        I can do 125 return trips to the supermarket on a tank of fuel..

                        Morries in the Scottish Highlands are reported as flogging unleaded at 99.7p
                        I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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                          #13
                          I'm doing so few miles now that I expect a big difference on my credit card bills, makes me wonder what all those miles were I did before lockdown?

                          I remember in the fuel crisis a few years back I'm sure that was someone storing and reselling petrol in their Bath!

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                            #14
                            The Times Newspaper ( 20 Jun 2020) reported "Drivers paying up to £19 a tank too much at motorway service stations".

                            The price of petrol at motorway services was as much as 34p a litre higher. tha supermarket forecourts in nearby towns and cities.

                            UKaverage petrol pump prices have increased to £1.08p a litre. But some places were charging 134p per litre ot £73 to fill up a typical 55 litre car. .

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                              #15
                              The price of 95 petrol in Malaysia is set by the Government at RM 1.68 ( Ringits) and this is about £0.31 ( 31 pence ).. Thats where UK petrol prices should be.

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