October 1, 2022
SP value is lower;  Fuel is more expensive in AL

SP value is lower; Fuel is more expensive in AL

The city of São Paulo was the state that recorded the lowest gasoline price from September 4 to 10, according to data released on Monday (12) by the National Petroleum Agency (ANP), while Alagoas ranked first among the federal units that scored. The most expensive fuel in the country.

According to the agency’s weekly survey, the minimum value registered in São Paulo was R$ 4.35 per liter of gasoline. In Alagoas, on the other hand, the maximum amount calculated by the National Ports Agency was 7.09 Brazilian Real.

In terms of the average price, Acre is the state that leads the most expensive gasoline, with a liter of fuel costing R$ 5.68.

And the list continues with Roraima (5.51 Brazilian Real), Bahia (5.47 Brazilian Real), Tocantins (5.41 Brazilian Real) and Amazonas (5.31 Brazilian Real).

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Check below the order of the states by minimum rate – that is, the lowest rate exercised in each unit of the union:

  1. Sao Paulo: 4.35 Brazilian Real
  2. Rio Grande do Sul: 4.42 Brazilian Real
  3. Parana: 4.45 Brazilian Real
  4. Goiás: 4.48 Brazilian Real
  5. Maranhao: 4.52 Brazilian Real
  6. Mato Grosso: BRL 4.57
  7. Santa Catarina: 4.57 BRL
  8. Pernambuco: 4.58 BRL
  9. Minas Gerais: 4.59 Brazilian Real
  10. Mato Grosso do Sol: 4.59 BRL
  11. Amapá: 4.59 BRL
  12. Para: 4.67 Brazilian Real
  13. Federal District: 4.68 Brazilian Real
  14. Ciara: 4.74 BRL
  15. Rio de Janeiro: 4.75 Brazilian Real
  16. Sergipe: 4.75 Brazilian Real
  17. Rondonia: 4.79 Brazilian Real
  18. Espirito Santo: BRL 4.79.00
  19. Paraiba: 4.89 Brazilian Real
  20. Alagoas: 4.95 Brazilian Real
  21. Piaui: 4.95 Brazilian Real
  22. Tocantins: 4.97 Brazilian Real
  23. Rio Grande do Sul: 4.98 Brazilian Real
  24. Bahia: 4.99 BRL
  25. Amazon: 5.01 BRL
  26. Acre: 5.33 BRL
  27. Roraima: 5.42 Brazilian Real

Check below to rank the states by maximum rate – the highest amount charged per unit of the union:

  1. Alagoas: 7.09 Brazilian Real
  2. Amazon: 7.00 BRL
  3. Sao Paulo: 6.99 BRL
  4. Rio de Janeiro: BRL 6.79
  5. Acre: 6.62 BRL
  6. Para: 6.45 Brazilian Real
  7. Rondonia: 6.35 Brazilian Real
  8. Pernambuco: BRL 6.29
  9. Minas Gerais: BRL 6.14
  10. Bahia: 6.09 Brazilian Real
  11. Rio Grande do Sul: 6.06 Brazilian Real
  12. Mato Grosso do Sul: BRL 5.99
  13. Ciara: 5.98 BRL
  14. Maranhão: 5.97 Brazilian Real
  15. Mato Grosso: BRL 5.73
  16. Espirito Santo: 5.69 BRL
  17. Goiás: 5.69 Brazilian Real
  18. Tocantins: 5.65 Brazilian Real
  19. Rio Grande do Norte: 5.64 BRL
  20. Piaui: 5.59 BRL
  21. Paraiba: 5.59 Brazilian Real
  22. Parana: 5.59 Brazilian Real
  23. Santa Catarina: 5.54 BRL
  24. Roraima: 5.52 Brazilian Real
  25. Sergipe: BRL 5.28
  26. Federal District: R$4.99
  27. Amapá: 4.99 BRL

Check below the ranking of countries by average price – that is, average minimum and maximum values ​​that are exercised at each location:

  1. Acre: 5.68 BRL
  2. Roraima: 5.51 Brazilian Real
  3. Bahia: 5.47 BRL
  4. Tocantins: 5.41 Brazilian Real
  5. Amazon: 5.31 BRL
  6. Alagoas: BRL 5.25
  7. Biaui: BRL 5.22
  8. Rio de Janeiro: 5.19 Brazilian Real
  9. Parana: BRL 5.14
  10. Bara: BRL 5.13
  11. Rondonia: 5.12 Brazilian Real
  12. Pernambuco: 5.12 Brazilian Real
  13. Espiritu Santo: BRL 5.11.2
  14. Rio Grande do Norte: BRL 5.11
  15. Ciara: BRL 5.08.00
  16. Mato Grosso: BRL 5.08
  17. Paraiba: 5.06 Brazilian Real
  18. Santa Catarina: 5.03 Brazilian Real
  19. Minas Gerais: 4.99 BRL
  20. Maranhao: 4.95 Brazilian Real
  21. Rio Grande do Sul: 4.90 BRL
  22. Sao Paulo: 4.89 Brazilian Real
  23. Sergipe: 4.88 Brazilian Real
  24. Mato Grosso do Sul: BRL 4.86.00
  25. Goiás: 4.83 Brazilian Real
  26. Federal District: 4.82 Brazilian Real
  27. Amapá: 4.72 Brazilian Real

In the national territory, the average price of common gasoline at the pumps fell another 2.5% in the past week, according to the National Ports Agency. The survey was R$5.04 per liter, compared to R$5.17 measured the previous week. This was the eleventh week in a row.

4.7% decrease in the price of cooking gas

In a statement issued yesterday, the Petrobras announced a reduction in the average selling price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG, cooking gas) to distributors by 4.7%.From 4.23 R$/kg to 4.03 R$/kg. The procedure is effective from today.

Now, a 13kg cylinder would cost R$52.39 – before that it was R$54.99.