Gasoline and diesel prices in Mexico today Wednesday May 13, 2020

The gasoline and diesel prices in Mexico for this Wednesday, May 13, they average at a national level of $ 16.21 pesos per liter of regular gasoline; $ 17.05 for the Premium and $ 18.58 for the diesel.

Although the prices of gasoline and diesel remain cheaper, in recent days they have been increasing, consumers in Mexico are already beginning to notice this rise in prices, which could stabilize depending on the resumption of economic activities after the coronavirus quarantine.

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Gasoline and diesel prices in Mexico today, Wednesday May 13, 2020. Photo: Reforma

Gasoline prices in different areas of Mexico:

Average prices in Mexico City:

  • $ 16.77 regular gasoline
  • $ 17.40 premium gasoline
  • $ 18.16 diesel

Average prices in Jalisco:

  • $ 16.97 regular gasoline
  • $ 17.74 premium gasoline
  • $ 18.71 diesel

Average prices in Nuevo León:

  • $ 16.53 regular gasoline
  • $ 17.67 premium gasoline
  • $ 18.81 diesel

Average prices in the State of Mexico:

  • $ 15.76 regular gasoline
  • $ 16.16 premium gasoline
  • $ 17.74 diesel

Average prices in Sinaloa:

  • $ 16.76 regular gasoline
  • $ 18.60 premium gasoline
  • $ 18.98 diesel

Average prices in Baja California:

  • $ 15.00 regular gasoline
  • $ 15.85 premium gasoline
  • $ 18.30 diesel

Average prices in Chihuahua

  • $ 15.84 regular gasoline
  • $ 17.13 premium gasoline
  • $ 18.00 diesel

Average prices in Yucatan:

  • $ 16.54 regular gasoline
  • $ 16.75 premium gasoline
  • $ 18.94 diesel

Average prices in Sonora:

  • $ 17.75 regular gasoline
  • $ 18.87 premium gasoline
  • $ 20.26 diesel

Average prices in Puebla:

  • $ 15.16 regular gasoline
  • $ 15.58 premium gasoline
  • $ 17.68 diesel

Average prices in Querétaro:

  • $ 15.64 regular gasoline
  • $ 16.43 premium gasoline
  • $ 18.41 diesel

Oil prices in real time:

Yesterday, the Mexican mix ended the day at $ 21.95 a barrel, an increase of 4.27% compared to Monday, which closed at 5/21.

The rise in the price of fuels is the result of two factors: firstly, the possible reopening of economic activities in different areas of the world, which will imply greater fuel consumption and that keeps its appreciation in the markets on the rise. Second, the oil countries would be cutting production, which would give some stability to the price increase. For example, Saudi Arabia announced that it will cut production by an additional 1 million barrels from June.

Yesterday, Tuesday, the production for June of the WTI increased its appreciation and closed the day at 25.78 dollars per barrel, 68% above the price of Monday. For its part, Brent rose 1.2% above the price of Monday, to settle at $ 29.98 per barrel.

If you want to know specifically about the gas stations in your municipality, check this PAGE of the Energy regulatory commission.

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