All kinds of fuel in Montenegro will be four cents cheaper starting midnight, announced the Ministry of Economy.
In the next 15 days a liter of Eurosuper 95 and Eurosuper 98 will cost 1.08 Euros and 1.12 Euros, while Eurodiesel will be sold for 0.95 Euros. The price of oil for wholesale will cost 0.93 Euros, and heating oil 0.65 Euros.
The last fuel price change was on 18 October, when all kinds of fuel had gone up five to six cents.
Maximum retail prices of fuel in Montenegro are harmonized every second Monday, depending on the change in prices of petroleum products on the international market (Mediterranean Platt’s Ground) and currency relations between the Euro and the US dollar.
The Ministry announced that, in accordance with the Regulation on the method of calculation of maximum retail prices of petroleum products, next calculation could be performed on 28 November, and possibly modified values of oil derivatives would be applied from 29 November.
Source: Radio Television Montenegro