Pretul Petrolul Crud pe Piata Mondiala a scazut dramatic in ultimele 6 luni de la 1 Aprilie 2015 pana in decembrie 2015. Pretului petrolului a scazut din aprilie pana azi de 1,6 ori.
La 1 aprilie 2015 pretul benzinei+ era de 6.71 lei (foto dreapta)
Iată care sunt în acest moment prețurile carburanților în România, la diferite stații.
Prețul litrului la benzina+ este intre 5.25 si 5.40.
Pretul benzinei a scazut cu doar 17.9%.
Cu alte cuvinte OMV-ul si ceilalti care vand benzina in Romania si-au bagat in buzunar, doar in ultimele 6 luni, pe langa profitul standard, un superprofit aditional de 20% doar din variatia pretului petrolului. Pretul benzinei ar fi trebuit sa fie azi in jur de 4.1 lei daca il raportam la scaderea pretului petrolului din ultimele 6 luni.
Pretul benzinei in acest moment trebuia sa fie in jur de 4.00 lei.
Superprofiturile OMV-ului si a celorlalti vanzatori de benzina sunt si mai mari daca observam scaderea Pretului Petrolului Crud pe Piata Mondiala in ultimii doi ani.
Petrolul a scazut de la 108$/barilul la 38.10$ barilul. Pretul petrolului a scazut de 2.38 de ori.
Scaderea e uriasa dar nu se reflecta proportional in pretul benzinei care se vinde in Romania.
Pretul Benzinei ar fi trebuit sa scada si el de la 6.71 lei de 2.38 de ori.
Pretul benzinei ar fi trebuit sa fie astazi de doar 2.8 lei in loc de 5.25 – 5.40 lei cat este azi.
Practic, OMV-ul si celelalte Multinationale care vand benzina in Romania fac un superprofit aditional de aproape 90%-100%. Ei fac acest superprofit pentru ca nu au redus pretul benzinei, in ultimii doi ani, proportional cu pretul petrolului.
Scuza ca se platesc ‘accize mari’ nu tine pentru ca accizele sunt si ele procent din pret. Deci daca pretul petrolului scade cu 60% si accizele scad tot cu 60%, deci și pretul benzinei ar trebui sa scada tot cu 60%.
Scuza ca companiile de petrol ‘au stocuri facute la preturi mai mari’ nu tine nici ea atat timp cat vorbim de stocuri facute pe perioade de scadere masiva de 2 ani sau de 6 luni, cazuri in care nici o companie nu e absurda sa-si faca stocuri uriase cat timp pretul petrolului e intr-o continua scadere. Stocuri uriase in periosde de scadere se fac la rezervele de stat, rezerve care se fac pe termen lung, nu la multinaționalele petroliere.
Și mai Trist este faptul ca OMV-ul produce benzina luand aproape pe gratis petrolul romanesc, pentru care plateste redevente minuscule.
Cat e pretul benzinei in SUA ca sa vedeti cum suntem furati
In data de 27 decembrie 2015, In SUA, asa cum puteti citi mai jos pretul benzinei a scazut sub 2$ un galon
1 US gallon = 4.78541178 litri
In data de 27 decembrie 2015, 1 dolar american = 4.12805218 lei noi
Un galon de benzina (adica 4.78541178 litri), costa in SUA sa zicem 2$ adica 8.256 lei noi
Adica, Un litru de benzina costa la pompa in SUA sub 1.78 lei noi.
Vrei sa puneti taxe si superprofit de inca 100% pentru Romania la acest pret? Fie.
Chiar si cu taxe si superprofit de 100% peste pretul din SUA, pretul benzinei ar trebui sa fie azi de doar 3.4 lei si nu de 5.25 lei noi cat este. Hotie e putin spus. JAF e cuvantul potrivit.
Va dati seama cum suntem furati pe fata? In Romania 1 litru de benzina e de 3 ori mai scump decat in Statele Unite.
A Holiday Gift for Drivers. We’re Gonna Party Like It’s $1.99 – U.S. Average Gas Prices Fall Below $2 per Gallon for the First Time Since 2009
Gas-Prices-Party-like-1_99-Dec21WASHINGTON (Dec. 21, 2015) – U.S. average gas prices dropped below $2 per gallon this morning for the first time since March 25, 2009, according to AAA. Today’s national average price of gas is $1.998 per gallon. AAA estimates that cheaper gas prices have saved Americans more than $115 billion on gasoline so far this year, which works out to more than $550 per licensed driver. More than 91 million Americans plan to take advantage of cheaper gas prices to drive 50 miles or more during the upcoming holiday period.
“Drivers across the country are celebrating the historic return of cheaper gas prices,” said Marshall Doney, AAA’s President and CEO. “The lowest gas prices in nearly seven years are a holiday gift that few consumers could have imagined when gasoline was $4 a gallon.”
More than two-thirds of U.S. stations already are selling gas under $2 per gallon, and drivers can find at least one station selling gas for less than that price in 47 states. The most common price nationwide is $1.899 per gallon. The national average price of gas is about 41 cents less than a year ago.
Gas prices have dropped because there is more than enough oil and gasoline supplies around the world to meet current demand. In addition, gas prices generally fall through early winter because people drive and use less fuel this time of year.
“We have witnessed a dramatic shift in gas prices that has saved families hundreds of dollars so far this year,” continued Doney. “The best news of all is that there is room for prices to drop even more in the coming weeks.”
Gas prices already are much cheaper than $2 per gallon in most parts of the country. The lowest one percent of U.S. stations are selling gas for an average of $1.59 per gallon, and more than 13,000 stations are selling gas for less than $1.75 per gallon. The states with the cheapest averages include: Missouri ($1.77), Oklahoma ($1.78), South Carolina ($1.78), Tennessee ($1.79) and Kansas ($1.79). Kansas City, Missouri has the cheapest metro average in the country at $1.68 per gallon. Average state and metro prices can be found on AAA’s Daily Fuel Gauge Report website.
Average gas prices last fell below $2 per gallon for a brief span between November 2008 and March 2009 during the height of the Great Recession, as weak global demand and a significant decline in driving helped push prices downwards. Prior to that four-month period, average gas prices were last below $2 per gallon in early March 2005, meaning it has been more than a decade since gas prices were below $2 per gallon when the economy was not in recession.
The national average price of gas has remained more expensive than $2 per gallon for 2,462 consecutive days. During this 81-month span, gas prices averaged $3.11 per gallon and reached as high as $3.98 on May 5, 2011. The highest national average ever was $4.11 per gallon on July 17, 2008.
Based on normal seasonal trends, gas prices likely will remain low through January, and could drop even further if the cost of crude oil remains weak. By late winter, gas prices may rise 50 cents per gallon or more as refineries conduct maintenance in advance of the busy summer driving season. The maintenance reduces fuel production and typically leads to higher gas prices. Despite the expected seasonal increase, the national average price of gas may not rise above $3 per gallon in 2016 because oil should remain abundant and relatively inexpensive.
Domestic supplies of commercial crude oil are about 29 percent higher than a year ago, according to the Energy Information Administration, while oil prices are about $70 per barrel cheaper than in the summer of 2014. Oil is the primary cost associated with making gasoline, and every $10 decline in the cost of oil can reduce gas prices by nearly 25 cents per gallon.
Americans are on track this year to drive a record number of miles, largely due to lower gas prices and a stronger economy, based on early estimates by the Federal Highway Administration. Through October, which is the most recent data available, Americans have driven more than 2.63 trillion miles for the year, which is a 3.4 percent increase over the same period in 2014.
Before buying gas, download the free AAA Mobile app for iPhone, iPad and Android. Travelers can use the app to find lowest gas prices, map a route, access exclusive member discounts, make travel arrangements, request AAA roadside assistance and more. AAA also has unveiled its Apple Watch functionality, which allows users to quickly find cheap gas stations. Learn more at AAA.com/mobile.
As North America’s largest motoring and leisure travel organization, AAA provides more than 55 million members with travel, insurance, financial and automotive-related services. Since its founding in 1902, the not-for-profit, fully tax-paying AAA has been a leader and advocate for the safety and security of all travelers. AAA clubs can be visited online at AAA.com.