Enemed has announced price hikes for all its fuel prices, effective as from Thursday.
The price of unleaded petrol has gone up from €1.36 a litre to €1.41.
Diesel has risen from €1.23 to €1.28 per litre.
Petrol Super has gone up from €1.51 to €1.56 and the price of diesel super has risen from €1.33 to €1.38 a litre.
In a statement, the government said that, despite today’s increase, fuel prices in Malta remain lower than the EU average.
It said that the international price of oil rose from €47 a barrel to €57 a barrel over the past seven months – an increase of 21%. While fuel prices increased several times in the EU, in Malta they had remained stable.
The revised price of petrol is 3 cents cheaper than the EU average, while the prices of diesel is five cents cheaper.