Posts Tagged ‘gasoline’
The fuel prices here in Estonia have reduced remarkably and I can only say good words about this. I don’t know if the direct reason of the reduction is crude oil or just the overall global and local economical descent. Lower consumption pushes prices down, that’s for sure. Ofcourse us, fans of American cars with big engines, are especially happy about it. Now one has to hope that there will be even more reduction in gasoline cost because the cheap barrel price has not shown all of its “power” yet. I’m really curious how things are going to develop in the near future.
The cheapest price of normal gasoline (95 octane) around here is currently 14.25 EEK per liter, this means 1.30 USD or 0.91 EUR.