Fuel price report

UK & overseas prices - September2014

Despite the pound losing value against the dollar (used for trading oil and wholesale fuel), UK pump prices have continued to fall.

Despite the pound losing value against the dollar (used for trading oil and wholesale fuel), UK pump prices have continued to fall.

Despite the pound losing value against the dollar (used for trading oil and wholesale fuel), UK pump prices have continued to fall. A steadying of the pound should allow lower oil prices to push costs down further.

Unleaded prices are down 0.5p from 129.7 ppl to 129.2 ppl.  Diesel prices have fallen  0.5p from 133.9 ppl to 133.4 ppl.  The price difference between unleaded and diesel remains at 4.2 ppl.

National and regional

East Anglia has recorded the highest price for unleaded at 129.7 ppl.  London and Yorkshire and Humberside have recorded the lowest price for unleaded at 128.9 ppl.  East Anglia has recorded the highest diesel price at 134.0 ppl.  Yorkshire and Humberside  and the North West have the cheapest diesel at 133.0 ppl.

Supermarkets

Supermarket prices for unleaded have fallen to 127.6 ppl.  The gap between supermarket prices and the UK average for unleaded remains at 1.6 ppl.


(Fuel price data is supplied by Experian Catalist in cooperation with Arval UK Ltd)

 

(01 October 2014)

 
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