Starting from midnight, all types of fuel will be more expensive in Montenegro, the Ministry of Economy stated for CDM news portal.
Prices of BMB98 and BMB 95 will be higher by €0.03, so that a litre of this fuel will cost €1.11 and €1.07 respectively.
Price of euro diesel will go up by four cents and a litre will cost €0.94.
A litre of fuel oil in the wholesale market will cost €0.91 per litre, ie three cents higher, whereas heating oil will cost €0.64, ie four cents higher.
According to the Regulation on the method of forming maximum retail prices of petroleum products, the next calculation will be made on 5 September 2016, and possibly altered values of oil derivatives will apply from 6 September 2016.
Source: Cafe Del Montenegro