Taiwan's CNPC has not adjusted its gasoline since 0:00 on the morning of the 25th, and the diesel price has increased by 0.4 yuan. The adjusted reference retail price is 92.26 yuan per liter of unleaded petrol, 27.8 yuan per liter of 95 unleaded petrol, and 98 unleaded petrol per liter. The liter is 29.8 yuan and the super diesel is 25.5 yuan per liter.
Taiwan's PetroChina said that this week's international crude oil was affected by factors such as Saudi Arabia's commitment to expand production and optimism in Sino-US trade negotiations. The average price of this week's price adjustment indicator is 7D3B, which is 66.73 US dollars per barrel, up 3.19 US dollars from the previous week's 63.54 US dollars. The new Taiwan dollar depreciates 0.002 yuan against the US dollar. The domestic oil price is 4.02% according to the formula. The gasoline and diesel oil should be adjusted separately for each liter. It rose 1.6 yuan and 0.7 yuan, but the lowest price of the sub-contenders was the upper limit. Therefore, the price of gasoline was not adjusted this week, and the price of diesel was up 0.4 yuan. The adjusted retail price adjustment and adjustment amount of various oil products after price adjustment are as shown in the attached table. The actual retail price is subject to the announcement of each business outlet.
Taiwan PetroChina will pay close attention to the trend of international oil prices and adjust domestic oil prices based on a stable mechanism. Domestic oil prices are adjusted weekly with changes in international oil prices. There are ups and downs. The magnitude of the adjustment depends entirely on the calculation of the oil price formula. There is absolutely no such thing as increasing more or less or only rising or not falling. The oil sources required in China are almost all imported from abroad, which is hard to come by. Therefore, consumers are urged to recognize the limited reserves of oil sources around the world, cherish resources and save oil, and work together to make a contribution to the global environmental protection.
Source: Ministry of Economic Affairs R.O.C