The Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) published this Saturday the update of the list of maximum prices for LP Gas that It will be in force from June 26 to July 2 in the Mexican Republic.
The highest maximum price of LP gas throughout the Republic it is 27.79 pesos per kilogram, in the case of metal cylinders, and 15.01 per liter for stationary tanks, which will govern the municipalities of San Quintín in Baja California and Mulegé in Baja California Sur.
The lowest price it is reported in some municipalities of the state of Tamaulipas such as Matamoros, Reynosa, Río Bravo and Valle Hermoso, with 22.21 pesos per kilo and 12.00 pesos per liter.
Beginning in the early hours of June 19, in the 16 mayorships of Mexico Citythe price per kilogram, in the case of cylinders, will be 22.91 pesos, while for stationary tanks it will be 12.37 pesos per liter.
In most regions of the State of Mexico –as in Texcoco, Ecatepec, Tepotzotlán and Chalco– the maximum price per kilogram is 22.91 pesos, and 12.37 pesos per liter. While in other municipalities such as Atizapán, Temoaya and Toluca the maximum price per kilogram is 22.87 pesos, and 12.35 pesos per liter.
About Monterey and several municipalities of Nuevo León, the maximum price per kilo will be 25.52 pesos and 13.78 pesos per liter.
In GuadalajaraJalisco, at 24.70 pesos per kilogram and per liter at 13.34 pesos.
According to the CRE, the regulation of maximum prices for LP gas is aimed at protecting end users, promoting an efficient supply of LP gas at affordable prices, avoiding undue discrimination, reflecting gas market conditions in prices LP and fuel demand, as well as obtaining a margin that allows the recovery of costs from LP Gas marketers, distributors and dispensers for the development of the industry.
Below is the complete list of the maximum prices applicable in the Republic from June 26 to July 2: