The national oil company (ENAP) reported on Wednesday prices that will register the fuels this Thursday. Good news, they all register values down the line.
According to the company, from November 29, per liter 93 octane gasoline will fall by 5.8 pesos, reaching 760.5 pesos as a reference, which will mark the sixth consecutive loss.
Meanwhile, the 97 octanes will also register its fifth drop of (5.8 pesos), reaching 781.3 pesos per liter.
On diesel, on the other hand, will reach 582.1 pesos per liter, which means -5.8 pesos less than the previous week.
Conversely, the kerosene will be a sharp fall of -29.0 pesos, reaching 518.8 pesos per liter.
Meanwhile, the Liquid Gas (LPG) it will remain at 231.1 pesos per liter, as it will register a new loss of -1.9 pesos compared to the previous week.
Prices correspond to reference values to ENAP, who are just trying to provide relevant information on the fuel market, unlike those announced by the National Energy Commission in its fuel price information system.
In fact, the company points out that it can not be considered a document that defines consumer values in Chile because they are completely free because the Chilean market is characterized by openness, competitiveness and deregulation.