OREANDA-NEWS The cost of Ai-95 gasoline at the St. Petersburg International Commodity Exchange (SPbMTSB) increased by more than 7% in the week from June 21 to 28, according to the auction materials.

Only by the end of Friday, the price of Ai-95 gasoline according to the territorial index of the European part of Russia increased by 1.74% compared to Thursday, to 63,416 rubles per ton. Ai-92 gasoline rose in price by 1.85% per day to 52,525 rubles per ton. At the same time, compared to last Friday, the price of Ai-92 increased by 1.5%, Ai-95 - by 7.1%.

At the same time, summer diesel fuel fell by 0.13% on Friday, and by 0.7% in just a week, to 59,822 rubles per ton.

The price of liquefied petroleum gases (LPG) at the end of the trading session increased by 0.46%, to 22,614 rubles per ton, jet fuel - by 2.67%, to 78,683 rubles. At the same time, a ton of fuel oil fell by 0.05% to 28,823 rubles per ton.
The Russian government has suspended a temporary ban on gasoline exports until June 30, but the ban may continue from July 1 to August 31. Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said that the Cabinet of Ministers would make a final decision at the end of June, based on expediency and the current situation.
At the same time, the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation informed RIA Novosti on June 14 that it was developing measures prohibiting the export of diesel fuel by non-producers. These include traders, oil depots and enterprises with a production capacity of less than 1 million tons per year. In October, the government of the Russian Federation imposed a protective duty on resellers - 50 thousand rubles per ton.