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Governmental measures

Below you will find information about the specific measures and the duration of validity.

Measure: Reduction of the energy tax

The energy tax will be reduced for following fuels:

  • Diesel by 0,1404 €/l (net)
  • Petrol by 0,2955 €/l (net)
  • Natural Gas (CNG/LNG) by 0,616 €/kg (net)
  • liquefied natural gas (LPG) by 0,1266 €/l (net)

Period: 01.06.2022 - 31.08.2022

The energy tax is merely a price component of the price of fuel. Therefore, it is up to the fuel suppliers to pass the lower tax burden to end customers in a timely manner. The reduced price will be shown at the petrol stations and in the price publications.

Measure: Reduction in excise duty

  • Reduction by 0,1446€/l (net) respectively 0,175€/l (gross) on fuels

Period: 19.03.2022 until further notice

The prices displayed at the stations already show the reduced prices.

Measure: Reduction of VAT for gas and electricity to 6%

Period: 01.03.2022-30.09.2022

Only on private households (B2C), no impact on business customer (B2B

Measure: Governmental subsidization on diesel, petrol, LPG, CNG, LNG

  • Petrol: 0,15€/l (net)
  • Diesel: 0,15€/l (net)
  • CNG/LNG: 0,21€/kg (net)
  • LPG: 0,2913€/kg (net)

Period: 01.04.2022 - 31.08.2022

  • Petrol: 0,25€/l (net)
  • Diesel: 0,25€/l (net)
  • CNG/LNG: 0,35€/kg (net)
  • LPG: 0,4855€/kg (net)

Period: 01.09.2022 - 31.10.2022

  • Petrol: 0,0833€/l (net)
  • Diesel: 0,0833€/l (net)
  • CNG/LNG: 0,1166€/kg (net)
  • LPG: 0,1618€/kg (net)

Period: 01.11.2022 - 31.12.2022

The price including the governmental financial support is already displayed on the price mast, the pump, at the cash register and in the listprices on the DKV website. Please note the different VAT rates in individual regions.

Measure: Reduction in price of 5 pence/l (net; ppl) for both fuel types, diesel and petrol

  • Fuel duty (mineral oil tax) until 23.03.2022 diesel 57,95 (net; ppl)
  • Fuel duty (mineral oil tax) as of 23.03.2022 diesel 52,95 (net; ppl)

  • Fuel duty (mineral oil tax) until 23.03.2022 petrol 57,95 (net; ppl)
  • Fuel duty (mineral oil tax) as of 23.03.2022 petrol 52,95 (net; ppl)

Period: 23.03.2022 - 22.03.2023

The already reduced prices are displayed at the stations.

In the circumstance of rising fuel prices, Hungary's government has officially set the maximum price for diesel and petrol. This regulation has been in force since 15.11.2021 and was originally planned for 3 months.

In February 2022, the state regulation was modified and extended (expected until mid-May). In May the measure was renewed by the Hungarian government (expected to expire on 01.07.2022.)

On 26.05.2022, the Hungarian government decided that the measure will no longer apply to NON-HU vehicles from 27.05.2022. The petrol stations are entitled to ask for the vehicle documents to check in which country the vehicle is registered.

There are still restrictions on refueling quantity on most of the filling stations. Please mind the bilingual (EN/HU) notices on the pumps.

  • DKV Mobility has a network of more than 950 filling stations in Hungary.
  • Price developments on the Hungarian market are tracked daily, and the prices of our list price network are competitive.

The price list is available in the protected area on our website https://www.dkv-mobility.com/en/fuelling/diesel-prices/ available (Log in required).

Period: 15.11.2021 - 01.11.2022

Maßnahme: Excise duty reduction of 0,25€/l (net) for diesel and petrol

  • Fuel duty (mineral oil tax) until 21.03.2022 diesel 0,6174€/l (net)
  • Fuel duty (mineral oil tax) as of 22.03.2022 diesel 0,3674€/l (net)

  • Fuel duty (mineral oil tax) until 21.03.2022 petrol 0,7284€/l (net)
  • Fuel duty (mineral oil tax) as of 22.03.2022 petrol 0,4784€/l (net)

Period: 22.03.2022 - 05.10.2022

  • Fuel duty (mineral oil tax) as of 03.05.2022 CNG/LNG 0€/kg (netto)

Period: 03.05.2022 - 05.10.2022

The already reduced prices are displayed at the stations.

Maßnahme: Reduction of VAT for gas (LPG, CNG and LNG) from 22% down to 5%

Period: 03.05.2022 - 05.10.2022

Measure: The excise duty on fuels will be reduced by 21%.

This leads to a reduction of 0,17€/l (net) for petrol and 0,11€/l (net) for diesel.

Gas based fuel like LPG and LNG will be reduced bei 0,041€/l.

Period: 01.04.2022 - End of June 2022

The already reduced prices are displayed at the stations.

Measure: The VAT rate on the supply of energy (gas and electricity) will be reduced from 21% to 9%.

It is not yet clear whether this only affects deliveries to private households or also to companies. Information on this will follow.

Period: 01.07.2022 -

Measures: Reduction VAT from 23% to 8%

VAT diesel, truck diesel, premium diesel: 8%

VAT LPG: 8%

VAT Euro 95 - Super: 8%

VAT Euro 98 - Super Plus: 8%

VAT Euro 98 - Premium: 8%

VAT Euro 100 - Premium: 8%

VAT Euro 95 - Premium: 8%

VAT LNG: 0%

Period: 01.02.2022 - 31.10.2022

The prices displayed at the stations already include the reduced VAT rate of 8%.

Measure: Reduction of Fuel duty (mineral oil tax).

This will probably lead to a reduction in fuel prices in the amount of 1,30 SEK/l (approx. 0,12€/l)

Period: 01.06.2022 - 31.10.2022

Measure: Price cap for diesel and petrol

Retail price:
- Diesel price: 12,89 HRK/l
- Gasoline price: 10,62 HRK/l
Period: From 07.09.2022 and valid for 7 days

Measure: Reduction of excise duty

  • Excise duty diesel as of 01.07.2022 2,66 HRK/l (net)
  • Excise duty gasoline as of 01.07.2022 3,06 HRK/l (net)

Period: 01.07.2022 until further notice

Measure: Reduction of fuel duty (mineral oil tax)

  • As of 10.03.2022 a first reduction of 0,15€/l (gross) for diesel and 0,20€/l (gross) for petrol
  • As of 01.04.2022 a second reduction of additional 0.01€/l (gross) for diesel and petrol.

The mineral oil tax from 01.04. for diesel is then 0,40538€/l (net) and for petrol 0,46598€/l (net).

Period: 10.03.2022 - 31.08.2022

Measures: Price cap for diesel and petrol at local stations. Highway stations have no regulations.

Retail price (published every 14 days):

Diesel price: 1,767€

Gasoline price: 1,491€

Period: 11.05.2022 - 20.06.2023

Measure: Fuel will be subsidized with an amount of 0.20 €/l according to the Spanish law "Real Decreto Ley 6/2022".

  • The subsidy is valid for following fuels: diesel and petrol (incl. AdBlue), ethanol, LPG, CNG and LNG
  • The prices shown at the petrol stations (price mast) as well as in the price lists on the DKV website show the fuel price without subsidy.
  • The discount of 0,20€/l (is not subject to Spanish VAT) is granted via the DKV invoice and must been shown separately. The VAT included in the refueling transactions is not reduced.

Period: 01.04.2022 - 31.12.2022

Maßnahme: The Romanian has decided on a subsidy of 50 Bani (0,50 RON) per liter for fuel (diesel / petrol).

  • The subsidy is valid for following fuels: diesel and petrol
  • The discount of RON 0.50 "gross" (approx. EUR 0.10/l) reduces the price of fuel.
  • The Romanian mineral oil companies can offer this subsidy to their customers. If they send us reduced prices for settlement, we pass on the reduced price 1:1 to our customers.

Zeitraum: 01.07.2022 - 30.09.2022

General information

The main driver of the increase at the pump so far is the oil price, which has soared due the war in Ukraine and the sanctions against Russia. Added to this is the unusually strong demand for oil.

The main component of AdBlue is urea, which is produced by synthesizing ammonia and carbon dioxide. Gas is an important resource for this process, and gas prices are known to have sharply risen recently. Accordingly, the production of AdBlue is becoming very cost-intensive to the point of being uneconomical, which is why some producers have already curbed their production or are putting in maintenance phases. These developments have led to sharply rising AdBlue prices in some countries. Nevertheless, AdBlue stocks are currently still sufficient. It could happen that a station runs out for a very short period.

The reason for the particularly large jump in the price of diesel lies in the special behaviour of homeowners: Many heating oil users fear supply bottlenecks due to the war between Russia and Ukraine and anticyclical fill their tanks despite the start of spring. In addition, many oil traders are boycotting Russian oil, resulting in an artificial shortage on the market on top.