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The cheapest and most expensive places to buy petrol in 2019

Updated : 2019-10-15 18:35:22

Crude oil prices were volatile after the attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure facilities last month. Here are ten countries where petrol is the cheapest and most expensive.

Saudi Arabia, the second-largest producer of crude oil to the world, faced an attack on its oil infrastructure facilities on September 14, which caused a sharp increase in fuel prices. Do you know where petrol prices were the highest? Here's a list of the countries where petrol is the cheapest and most expensive. (Note: All price comparisons are on rupee terms only. Global rates as of September 16, 2019 - Image: Reuters)
Saudi Arabia, the second-largest producer of crude oil to the world, faced an attack on its oil infrastructure facilities on September 14, which caused a sharp increase in fuel prices. Do you know where petrol prices were the highest? Here's a list of the countries where petrol is the cheapest and most expensive. (Note: All price comparisons are on rupee terms only. Global rates as of September 16, 2019 - Image: Reuters)
<strong>Venezuela</strong> | Believe it or not, petrol in the South American country is virtually free, thanks to government subsidies. Image shows a corporate logo of state-owned oil company PDVSA. (Image: Reuters)
Venezuela | Believe it or not, petrol in the South American country is virtually free, thanks to government subsidies. Image shows a corporate logo of state-owned oil company PDVSA. (Image: Reuters)
<strong>Cuba</strong> | Cost per litre – Rs 6.38 | A tourist takes a photograph from the back of a vintage car whilst waiting in line to fill up with fuel at a gas station along the seafront boulevard
Cuba | Cost per litre – Rs 6.38 | A tourist takes a photograph from the back of a vintage car whilst waiting in line to fill up with fuel at a gas station along the seafront boulevard "El Malecon" in Havana. (Image: Reuters)
<strong>Sudan</strong> | Cost per litre – Rs 9.93 | People get their car filled at a petrol station in Khartoum. (Image: Reuters)
Sudan | Cost per litre – Rs 9.93 | People get their car filled at a petrol station in Khartoum. (Image: Reuters)
<strong>Kuwait</strong> | Cost per litre – Rs 23.83 | The skyline of Kuwait (Image: Snap/Flickr)
Kuwait | Cost per litre – Rs 23.83 | The skyline of Kuwait (Image: Snap/Flickr)
<strong>Algeria</strong> | Cost per litre - Rs 24.83 | An employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Algiers (Image: Reuters)
Algeria | Cost per litre - Rs 24.83 | An employee fills the tank of a car at a petrol station in Algiers (Image: Reuters)
<strong>Norway</strong> | Cost per litre - Rs 132.71 | Pictured is Norwegian oil company's Statoil headquarters in Fornebu, Norway. (Image: Reuters)
Norway | Cost per litre - Rs 132.71 | Pictured is Norwegian oil company's Statoil headquarters in Fornebu, Norway. (Image: Reuters)
<strong>Barbados</strong> | Cost per litre - Rs 134.13 | A man is seen running on a beach in Barbados. (Image: Reuters)
Barbados | Cost per litre - Rs 134.13 | A man is seen running on a beach in Barbados. (Image: Reuters)
<strong>Monaco</strong> | Cost per litre - Rs 134.84 | Pictured is a harbour in the city. (Image: Reuters)
Monaco | Cost per litre - Rs 134.84 | Pictured is a harbour in the city. (Image: Reuters)
<strong>Iceland</strong> | Cost per litre - Rs 134.83 | People are seen walking through a tourist spot. (Image: Reuters)
Iceland | Cost per litre - Rs 134.83 | People are seen walking through a tourist spot. (Image: Reuters)
<strong>Hong Kong</strong> | Cost per litre – Rs 160.39 | The logo of the state-run China National Offshore Oil Corporation. (Image: Reuters)
Hong Kong | Cost per litre – Rs 160.39 | The logo of the state-run China National Offshore Oil Corporation. (Image: Reuters)
<strong>Pakistan</strong> | The cost of petrol is relatively lower at Rs 51.09 per litre. The country is ranked 29 among 164 countries where petrol costs less. | Pictured here is the logo of Pakistan State Oil in Peshawar. (Image: Reuters)
Pakistan | The cost of petrol is relatively lower at Rs 51.09 per litre. The country is ranked 29 among 164 countries where petrol costs less. | Pictured here is the logo of Pakistan State Oil in Peshawar. (Image: Reuters)
<strong>India</strong> | Petrol costs Rs 79.57 a litre in Mumbai, while diesel is available for Rs 70.22 per litre as of September 23. India currently occupies the 70th spot in global rankings. (Image: Reuters)
India | Petrol costs Rs 79.57 a litre in Mumbai, while diesel is available for Rs 70.22 per litre as of September 23. India currently occupies the 70th spot in global rankings. (Image: Reuters)
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