The cheapest liters are obtained in the naphtha, La Boca and Parque Patricios, the most expensive Pompeya and Villa Soldati. This is the result of a study conducted by the Pyme Ciudad Productiva Research Center (CIPBA) of Fecoba, a member of the Trade and Industry Federation of Buenos Aires. The study was held in the last week of November and received a super average value in every neighborhood.
Individual level, CIPBA found the most expensive gasoline Chacabuco Park in Petrobras and cheapest Parque Avellaneda in the 4300 at Eva Perón Axion.
Number of service stations per flag in Buenos Aires city. Nafta. fuels. Source: Fecoba
According to the brand, In October, the lowest price of super-naphtha was the state's YPF. (36.76 pesos). Axion and Petrobras (in the hands of Trafigura / Puma); The most expensive one was presented by PDV Sur (40.99 pesos), the oil company owned by the PDVSA state-owned company in the state of Venezuela, is experiencing a serious financial crisis in the country. Shell and Oil are also among the most expensive.
Where More Sells
In October, Buenos Aires service stations distributed 47,088 cubic meters of super-naphtha. The neighborhood that buys the most pinnacle (also one of the biggest) in Palermo, then Villa Urquiza and Caballito. The Libertador and Echeverría's YPF in Belgrano, the station that sells the most narcotics.
The volume of super-naphtha sent by the neighborhood in October. Source: Fecoba
On the other side, Villa Soldati and La Boca are neighborhoods where less naphtha is sold. And the service station that feeds at least the naphtha is the PDV of Honorio Pueyrredón in Villa Crespo.
There are 184 service stations in 43 neighborhoods in the city. This means there are 5 neighborhoods without fuel distribution.
YPF has the largest station network in the city with 75 neighborhoods and 36 neighborhoods. In second place, Shell is located in 31 neighborhoods with 52 stations.
Number of service stations per neighborhood. Nafta. Fuels. Source: Fecoba
In terms of the volume sent, the YPF (48.6% of the total) is managed by Shell (27%) and Axion (19%).
According to data from the center, YPF is the only company that maintains the price in each of its stations and also offers the lowest price in the market.