Romania’s OMV Petrom Hikes Diesel Oil Pump Prices By RON0.06/Liter -
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Romania’s OMV Petrom Hikes Diesel Oil Pump Prices By RON0.06/Liter
04.02.2011, 13:09 | Energy | 1523 views

Romania’s largest oil company OMV Petrom (SNP.RO), owned by Austria's OMV, Friday raised its diesel oil pump prices by 0.06 lei (EUR1=RON4.2609) per liter, keeping its gasoline prices unchanged.

Thus, as of Friday, the four types of diesel oil sold in Petrom's filling stations have prices of between RON4.78 and RON5.38 per liter.

Petrom kept its gasoline prices unchanged, ranging between RON4.9 and RON5.7 per unit.


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