The average retail price of gasoline in Russia from 13 to 19 July, increased by 7 cents, or 0.2%, compared to the previous week - 45,54 rubles per liter, and diesel fuel declined 1 cent, to 48,01 rubles per liter, according to the materials Rosstat.
According to the statistical Agency, by 20 July, the average retail price of gasoline AI-92 rose by 5 cents, to 43.02 rubles per liter, AI-95 - by 8 cents, to 46.69 rubles per liter, AI-98 - 10 cents, to 52.63 rubles per liter.
The average retail price of gasoline in Russia from July 6 to 12, increased by 20 cents compared to the previous week - to 45.47 rubles per liter, and diesel rose by 8 cents, to 48,02 ruble per liter, according to the materials Rosstat.
According to the statistical Agency, by 13 July, the average retail price of gasoline AI-95 rose by 23 kopecks, to of 46.61 rubles per liter, AI-92 - by 19 kopecks, to 42,97 rubles per liter, AI-98 - by 16 cents, to 52,53 rubles per liter.
The cost of gasoline at gas stations in the Crimea from Thursday will fall to one ruble, diesel fuel at 50 cents per liter, said the head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov.
On Tuesday, the FAS office in the Republic of Crimea brought the case against the major network stations of the Crimea "TPP", which is suspected of violating the law on competition due to high fuel prices.
At the auctions of Sankt-Petersburg international commodity exchange was established a record price for gasoline AI-95.
At the end of the trading session on 29 June, the price of this brand of fuel for delivery in the European part of Russia reached 58,174 thousand rubles per ton. It grew by 0.4 percent compared with the previous indicator.
Expert of the national energy security Fund Stanislav Mitrakhovich commented on the price hike of petrol Ron 95, the price of which Saint-Petersburg international commodity-a raw stock exchange has reached at 56.7 thousand rubles per ton.
In an interview with "Evening Moscow", he noted that in Russia as anti-crisis measures temporarily imposed a ban on imports of gasoline, diesel fuel, kerosene, marine fuel and gas oil that would be cheaper than domestic fuel.
Minister of energy Alexander Novak suggested that Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov to increase the share of subsidies from the budget for the transferring vehicles to individuals and small businesses from gasoline to natural gas two times, according to RBC with reference to the letter of official.
Thus, subsidies are not 30% and 60% of the cost of the conversion. Another 30% of the costs will be paid by "Gazprom" at the expense of the marketing programs of its subsidiary company "Gazprom gas fuel". Car owners will be left to pay only 10%.