Petrol Price Per Litre $ Around the World

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The price of petrol per litre around the world.

Most expensive place to buy petrol in the world

  1. Eritrea $2.54
  2. Turkey $2.52
  3. Netherlands $2.13
  • UK 11th most expensive – $1.92
  • US 146/168 on list – $0.76
  • Venezuela cheapest – $0.02

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Unsurprisingly, the US has the highest petrol (gasoline) consumption in the world by quite a long way.

Most Expensive Places to Buy Petrol in the World

1
Eritrea$2.54
2
Turkey2.52
3
Netherlands2.13
4
Norway2.12
5
Greece2.05
6
Denmark2.00
7
France1.98
8
Finland1.94
9
Hong Kong SAR, China1.92
10
Monaco1.92
11
United Kingdom1.92
12
Germany1.90
13
Belgium1.87
14
Italy1.87
15
Sweden1.87
16
Israel1.85
17
Portugal1.85
18
Cape Verde1.84
19
Ireland1.78
20
Czech Republic1.75
21
Cuba1.72
22
Central African Republic1.71
23
Iceland1.71
24
Malawi1.71
25
West Bank and Gaza1.71
26
French Polynesia1.70
27
Slovak Republic1.70
28
Cote d’Ivoire1.68
29
Hungary1.67
30
Slovenia1.67
31
Liechtenstein1.66
32
Switzerland1.66
33
Zambia1.66
34
Austria1.63
35
Djibouti1.63
36
Kosovo1.63
37
Malta1.63
38
Rwanda1.63
39
Montenegro1.62
40
Japan1.60
41
Croatia1.59
42
Lithuania1.59
43
Brazil1.58
44
Poland1.57
45
Senegal1.57
46
Spain1.56
47
Luxembourg1.55
48
Mauritius1.55
49
Estonia1.54
50
Korea, Rep.1.52
51
Macedonia, FYR1.52
52
Madagascar1.52
53
Bulgaria1.51
54
Serbia1.50
55
Andorra1.49
56
Uruguay1.49
57
Latvia1.48
58
Cyprus1.47
59
New Zealand1.47
60
Albania1.46
61
Romania1.46
62
Burkina Faso1.44
63
Burundi1.43
64
Bosnia and Herzegovina1.42
65
Mali1.42
66
Singapore1.42
67
Uganda1.42
68
Colombia1.41
69
Peru1.41
70
Thailand1.41
71
Timor-Leste1.40
72
Chile1.38
73
Kenya1.33
74
Chad1.32
75
Zimbabwe1.29
76
Congo, Dem. Rep.1.28
77
Paraguay1.28
78
Australia1.27
79
Congo, Rep.1.27
80
Lao PDR1.26
81
Barbados1.25
82
Dominican Republic1.23
83
Morocco1.23
84
Tanzania1.22
85
Canada1.21
86
Moldova1.21
87
Cameroon1.20
88
South Africa1.19
89
Sri Lanka1.19
90
Nepal1.18
91
Togo1.18
92
Mauritania1.16
93
Afghanistan1.15
94
Cambodia1.15
95
India1.15
96
Costa Rica1.14
97
Suriname1.14
98
Belize1.13
99
Georgia1.13
100
Lebanon1.13
101
China1.11
102
Mongolia1.11
103
Mozambique1.11
104
Bangladesh1.09
105
Nicaragua1.09
106
Armenia1.08
107
Belarus1.08
108
Bhutan1.08
109
Niger1.07
110
Swaziland1.07
111
Namibia1.06
112
Philippines1.05
113
Benin1.04
114
Honduras1.04
115
Jordan1.04
116
Samoa1.03
117
Grenada1.02
118
Tajikistan1.02
119
Ukraine1.01
120
Antigua and Barbuda0.99
121
Jamaica0.98
122
Liberia0.98
123
Lesotho0.97
124
Argentina0.96
125
Syrian Arab Republic0.96
126
Guatemala0.95
127
Guinea0.95
128
Sierra Leone0.94
129
Tunisia0.94
130
Botswana0.93
131
Guyana0.93
132
El Salvador0.92
133
Uzbekistan0.92
134
Ethiopia0.91
135
Vietnam0.88
136
Pakistan0.86
137
Kyrgyz Republic0.85
138
Panama0.85
139
Maldives0.84
140
Russian Federation0.84
141
Ghana0.82
142
Mexico0.81
143
Myanmar0.80
144
Indonesia0.79
145
Iraq0.78
146
United States0.76
147
Azerbaijan0.75
148
Kazakhstan0.71
149
Bolivia0.70
150
Angola0.65
151
Sudan0.62
152
Malaysia0.59
153
Ecuador0.53
154
Egypt, Arab Rep.0.48
155
United Arab Emirates0.47
156
Nigeria0.44
157
Brunei Darussalam0.39
158
Yemen, Rep.0.35
159
Algeria0.32
160
Oman0.31
161
Kuwait0.23
162
Turkmenistan0.22
163
Bahrain0.21
164
Qatar0.19
165
Libya0.17
166
Saudi Arabia0.16
167
Iran, Islamic Rep.0.10
168
Venezuela, RB0.02

 

Source: World Bank

Fuel prices refer to the pump prices of the most widely sold grade of gasoline. Prices have been converted from the local currency to U.S. dollars.

Pump price for gasoline $ 2010

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8 thoughts on “Petrol Price Per Litre $ Around the World

  1. If you change only the currency USD to EUR you will have (almost) correct prices for 2012. 🙂 (these numbers are far from reality in 2012 at least for EU)

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