Fuel prices have yet again reached record highs in Estonia, though the five-cent-per-liter rise reported Tuesday morning had fallen to a three-cent increase by the afternoon.
As of Tuesday afternoon, a liter of 95-octane gasoline costs €1.729 per liter at pump, up from €1.699 per liter a week ago, while 98-octane cost €1.799 per liter (down from €1.749 per liter a week ago).
Diesel now costs €1.569 per liter, compared with €1.539 per liter a week ago.
95-octane gasoline and diesel were briefly even more expensive on Tuesday morning, at €1.749 and €1.589 per liter respectively, but fuel retailer chains opted to reduce prices during the course of the day.
Editor: Andrew Whyte