Lack of fuel is not an isolated case in Slovakia. According to available information, such outages are reported by current gas stations throughout Slovakia. As the portal tvnoviny.sk informs, so far only these are smaller gas stations. Large players on the Slovak market do not report problems. She posted a notice for all motorists who said they had insufficient fuel. The same situation is experienced by the gas station in the village of Farná, which is located 50 kilometers away. Gas stations in Rimavská Sobota, Snina, Jesenský, Revúca and Milost near Košice also report problems. In some places there is not only not enough diesel, but elsewhere all the fuel is completely missing. source: Unsplash / Wassim ChouakAccording to the tvnoviny.sk portal, these are only smaller gas stations so far. Big players like OMV, Shell or Slovnaft do not report fuel outages. “The members of our association do not have any extraordinary problems, the gas stations of our members are stably supplied,” said Barbora Blažeková from the Slovak Fuel Industry and Trade Association. higher prices for 95-octane and 98-octane petrol, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and diesel. The prices of compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) have not changed. The Statistical Office (SO) of the Slovak Republic informed about it. In week 2322, compared to week 22, 2022, the prices of 95-octane petrol increased by 0.060 euros or 3.24% to 1.912 euros, 98-octane petrol by 0.065 euros or 3.18% to 2.108 euros, LPG by EUR 0.003 or by 0.34% to EUR 0.884 and diesel by EUR 0.060 or by 3.37% to EUR 1.838. CNG and LNG prices remained unchanged, remaining at € 1.812 and € 2.982 respectively. Thank you for reading Startitup. If you have a perception or found an error in the article, write to us at [email protected] Sources: tvnoviny.sk, TASR
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