Rates next week (September 26 to October 2)

The information on fuel prices is based on calculations that take into account the quotation on international markets and other factors taken into account in the formation of fuel prices in Portugal. This is data that I collect weekly from my sources in the fuel market.

I remind you that despite this price indication, each gas station can make the price it wants. Only private label stations should follow brand guidelines. Dealers and each brand may or may not follow the instructions of market leaders. But in my experience, they go hand in hand. This is the price trend for the next week.

Mainland Portugal

| Previous weeks*: (-7)(+1)(-7)(11)(5)(-2)(-9)(-1)(-6)(-7)(-9)(-3) (6)(13)(12)(2.5)(-2.5)(-7)(3)(-10 ISP down)(6)(1)(-5)(-12.5) (16)(-18) (18)(14.5)(2.5)(1)(0.5)(2))(0.5)(3)(2)(2.5)(3 )2022

*The order of the modifications goes from the most recent to the oldest.

This table comes from ENSE (National Energy Sector Entity) with the national average price. The bottom line is the value the fuel should have without the corporate profit. The gray part is the margin they make (which you will need to give to the costs they have + the profit).

| Previous weeks*: (-0.5)(-0.5)(-7)(0.5)(-1)(-1)(-9)(0.5)(-5)(-5) (-8)(-1.5)(-1)(-5)(-3)(14)(1.5)(7)(2)(4.5)(-10 ISP descent)(2)(0.5)( -4)(7)(-13.5) (14)(7.5)(2)(1)(2)(2)(1.5)(2)(1.5)(0.5)(4.5)2022

*The order of the modifications goes from the most recent to the oldest.

This graph is from ENSE with the national average price (National Energy Sector Entity). The bottom line is the value the fuel should have without the corporate profit. The gray part is the margin they make (which you will need to give to the costs they have + the profit).

| Previous weeks*: (=)(-1)(+2)(=)(=)(=)(-1)(=)(-1)(=)(=)(=)(1)(=) (-2)(1)(=)(-2)(=)(-4)(=)(=)(=)(-1)(=)(-2)(-6)(-10)( 21)(=)(12)(=)(=)(1)(=)(-1)(=)(=)(2)2022

*The order of the modifications goes from the most recent to the oldest.

This graph is from ENSE with the average price (National Energy Sector Entity). The bottom line is the value the fuel should have without the corporate profit. The gray part is the margin they make (which will have to be compared to the costs they have + the profit):

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