The motor fuel retailer Neste on Friday cut 2 cents off the price of a liter of gasoline and diesel at its filling stations in Estonia, with rival retailer Statoil soon following suit.
Estonian motor fuel retailers lower prices again
Neste said the reduction was the result of a continued decline in wholesale prices. Together with Friday's cut the price of a liter of gasoline has moved 12 cents lower and of diesel 10.5 cents lower in December.
After the cut a liter of 95 octane gasoline costs 1.063 euros, a liter of 98 octane gas 1.103 euros and a liter of diesel 1.114 euros at the stations of the two retailers. At stations where prices were lower before the reduction no change took place.