Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

City Enjoys Lowest Diesel Prices

Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

City Enjoys Lowest Diesel Prices

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Byline: Joel Gould joel.gould@qt.com.au

PETROL PAIN

June average for a litre of unleaded petrol:

Ipswich Co 147.8c

Brisbane Co 148.6c

Toowoomba Co 140.5c

IPSWICH motorists paid the least for diesel fuel in Queensland last month but unleaded petrol in the city has gone up by almost 11 cents per litre.

RACQCOs latest monthly fuel report has revealed that fuel stations at Ipswich are selling diesel at an average of 146.1 cents per litre, which is cheaper than Brisbane prices. But the price of unleaded fuel has gone up in June in Ipswich on average to 147.8 cents per litre, a rise of 10.9 cents on the May figures.

Brisbane motorists pay 148.6 cents per litre for unleaded fuel, with Toowoomba the cheapest place to fill up, motorists there paying 140.5 due to the high level of independent retailers.

RACQCOs Joe Fitzgerald said the reason for the rise in unleaded fuel prices in Ipswich was due to factors beyond retailersCO control. …

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