The combustible matter is used to maintain fire, such as coal, wood, oil, or gas, in order to create heat or power. Something that gives nourishment; food. An energy source for engines, power plants, or reactors.
Gasoline Prices in Zimbabwe averaged 1.41 USD/Liter from 2017 until 2023, reaching an all-time high of 3.39 USD/Liter in March 2019 and a record low of 0.46 USD/Liter in February 2022.
Gasoline Prices in Zimbabwe increased to 1.61 USD/Liter in February from 1.59 USD/Liter in January of 2023.
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How much is a litre of petrol in Zimbabwe?
Gasoline prices per litre, octane-95: We show prices for Zimbabwe from 21-Nov-2022 to 27-Feb-2023. The average value for Zimbabwe during that period was 1,109.06 Zimbabwean Dollars with a minimum of 992.45 Zimbabwean Dollars on 21-Nov-2022 and a maximum of 1,341.07 Zimbabwean Dollars on 27-Feb-2023.
How much is diesel in Zimbabwe?
For comparison, the average price of diesel in the world for this period is 1,800.84 Zimbabwean dollars.
Zimbabwe Diesel prices, 06-Mar-2023.
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Why is fuel expensive in Zimbabwe?
Speaking at a media conference in Harare yesterday, Minister Soda said: “Zimbabwe imports almost all of its fuel requirements. Any increase in the price of oil on the international market, therefore, translates into an increase in fuel prices in the country.
Where does Zimbabwe get fuel from?
Zimbabwe has no oil or gas resources of its own and is completely dependent on imports for this source of energy. A pipeline from the Mozambique port of Beira to Mutare provides the majority of Zimbabwe’s refined petroleum and diesel oil; the rest comes from South Africa.