The Falkland Islands government Household Power and Fuel Allowance (HFPA) administrative team would like to inform the public that, all applicants who received a letter confirming their successful application for this allowance will receive their December payment from Monday 12 December.
Argentina's Superminister of Economy, Industry and Agriculture Sergio Massa reached an agreement with oil companies whereby fuel joins the list of care-for prices. Hence, the price at pumps may not go up above a 4% monthly ceiling until March, it was announced in Buenos Aires.
The price of fuel at pumps in Paraguay has gone down twice in November of 2022 after a ₲ 100 (US$ 0,014) reduction per liter was announced over the weekend.
Rumors of a hefty fuel hike were confirmed this week when the Falkland Islands supplier of commercial and domestic fuel Stanley Services Ltd released their fuel prices.
Brazil's National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP) said in its weekly report Monday that the price of gasoline at pumps nationwide had gone up 1.47% after 15 weeks of successive drops.
Brazil's state-run oil company Petrobras Wednesday announced a 0.84% reduction in the sales prices for distributors of jet fuel starting Saturday. It is the third consecutive drop following a 10.4% one earlier this month after August's 2.6%.
Brazil's state-run oil company Petrobras Thursday announced it would reduce the sale price of fuel to distributors from R$ 3.53 (US$ 0.67) to R$3.28 (US$ 0.63) per liter effective Friday.
The Uruguayan Government of President Luis Lacalle Pou finally announced an increase in the price of fuel at pumps, with which 'Super' gasoline will have risen 15% and 50S diesel 30% so far in 2022. The new increase in the price of fuels will come into effect June 1.
Gasoline retailers in Uruguay have asked the Government of President Luis Lacalle Pou to put on hold “for a few more days” the increase in the price of fuel reportedly to be announced shortly.
By Haley Zaremba, Oilprice.com – A fuel shortage is causing political turmoil and social unrest in Argentina, and could even result in a food shortage as the South American nation’s grain transporters call or a strike in the face of sky-high fuel prices during the harvest season for soy and corn.