Gasolina e Diesel

Gasoline and Diesel Fuel prices per supply point

LOCAL Gasoline A (R$/liter) Diesel S500 (R$/liter) Diesel S10 (R$/liter)
MANAUS 1.6645 1.9701 2.0089
ITACOATIARA 1.6285 1.9406 1.9793
BELÉM 1.7263 1.9739 2.0186
SÃO LUÍS 1.5928 1.9441 1.9651
FORTALEZA 1.7373 1.9981 2.0428
GUAMARÉ 1.6600 1.9660 -
CABEDELO 1.6894 1.9935 -
IPOJUCA 1.6557 - 1.9622
MACEIÓ 1.7066 1.9812 -
SÃO FRANCISCO DO CONDE 1.7220 1.9842 2.0290
CANDEIAS 1.7220 1.9841 2.0289
JEQUIÉ 1.7793 2.0428 2.0875
ITABUNA 1.7867 2.0503 2.0950
VITÓRIA 1.7626 2.1016 2.1463
VILA VELHA 1.7626 2.1016 2.1463
VOLTA REDONDA 1.8010 2.0856 -
DUQUE DE CAXIAS 1.7784 2.0770 2.1217
BETIM 1.8377 2.1275 2.1722
UBERLÂNDIA 1.8530 2.1662 -
UBERABA 1.8796 2.1764 2.2211
GUARULHOS 1.7808 2.0728 2.1175
BARUERI 1.8369 2.0591 2.1038
SÃO CAETANO DO SUL 1.7548 2.0530 -
CUBATÃO 1.7174 2.0294 2.0741
SANTOS - 2.0016 2.0338
PAULÍNIA 1.7979 2.0837 2.1241
SÃO JOSÉ DOS CAMPOS 1.7512 2.0702 2.1149
RIBEIRÃO PRETO 1.8455 2.1290 2.1737
BRASÍLIA 1.8903 2.1727 -
SENADOR CANEDO 1.8861 2.1743 2.2058
ARAUCÁRIA 1.7347 2.0323 2.0684
PARANAGUÁ - 1.9852 2.0126
ITAJAÍ 1.7737 2.0878 2.1282
GUARAMIRIM 1.7694 2.0522 2.0926
BIGUAÇU 1.7916 2.0834 2.1232
CANOAS 1.7444 2.0298 2.0745
RIO GRANDE - - 2.0647

In effect on: 6/19/2019
The stated prices consider the spot prices, without charges or taxes, practiced in the standard sales modes at the several delivery locations.

Average adjustments in effect for 6/20/2019
Gasoline: No adjustment
Diesel fuel: No adjustment

Price Policy for Gasoline and Diesel

Our price policy for gasoline and diesel sold to distributors is based on the import parity price, formed by these products' international prices plus the costs that importers would have, such as transportation and port fees, for example. Parity is necessary because the Brazilian fuel market is open to free competition, and distributors may choose to import the products. In addition, the average price includes a margin that covers risks (such as exchange rate and price volatility).

Gasoline and diesel sold to distributors are different from products marketed at the fuel stations. They are "A-grade" fuels, i.e., gasoline before blending with ethanol and diesel without the addition of biodiesel. The products sold at the end consumer pumps are a blend of "A-grade" fuels with biofuels. The prices we disclose here are for "A-grade" products.

The national considers spot prices, free of taxes, at different points of sale, which vary across the national territory.

The selling price to distributors is not the only factor that determines the end price to the consumer. Since Brazilian law guarantees price freedom on the fuels and oil product market, revisions made by Petrobras may or not be reflected in the final price, which includes taxes and amounts passed on by the other agents operating in the trade sector: Distributors, resellers and biofuel producers, among others.

Using international market prices as a benchmark, we analyze our share of the domestic market and periodically decide whether the prices practiced at the refineries will be maintained, reduced or increased.

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