Every week the Energy Regulation Commission (CRE) announces the list of maximum prices of LPG, which can be marketed in the different regions of the country and according to the figures of last week or even a month ago, a reduction can be seen both in Mexico City and in the State of Mexico.
According to data from the Department of Energy (Tendon), prices must be respected at least March 12 to 18 in different regions of the Republic. He list displayed by CRE in their social networks will help both the population and the suppliers to respect the costs.
From next Sunday, March 12, the price of LPG at CDMX will be 18.75 pesos per kilo and 10.13 pesos per liter. Which means a reduction, since the last month It was offered up to 19.66 pesos per kilo and 10.62 pesos per litre.
While compared to last week there is also a decrease, as it presented costs of 18.95 pesos per kilo and 10.23 pesos per litre.
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At Edomex, it will be sold this week at 18.75 pesos per kilo, as well as 10.13 pesos per litre. While last month the price varied between 19 and 20.56 pesos per kilo and up to 10.62 pesos per liter.
It must be remembered that the costs per kilogram are taken into account for filling the cylinders, and per liter will be considered for maintaining the fixed tanks.
LPG costs are considered weekly based on market conditions, in addition to considering supply and demand in each case. It should also be remembered that all prices must be checked and approved by the CREATE.
And it is that the CRE aims to promote an efficient supply of fuel, as well as to encourage the purchase or acquisition at competitive prices and thus avoid undue discrimination.
For its part, it should be remembered that a year ago the new Gas Bienestar program was announced, led by the Mexican government with the aim of selling bottles with this component at cheaper prices.
According to the data, this program generated a total saving of at least 600 million pesos among the households having bought one of the two million bottles sold during the duration of the project.
In this sense, Octavio Romero Oropeza, general manager of Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) indicated that the project began almost a year and a half ago.
“Their goal is to bring gasoline to people from the poorest families, especially in Mexico City. Today we sold two million bottles which generated 600 million pesos in savings for families who have purchased this product,” the manager said.
Gustavo Álvarez, director of Gas Bienestar, assured that to date the program covers nine of the 16 town halls of Mexico City and has at least 129 routes and benefits around 144,000 people.
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