Major oil companies ready to hike fuel prices
Gazprom Neft was the first company to introduce margins instead of discounts for corporate customers on fuel cards.
Kommersant reports this citing sources. In the conditions of freezing retail prices by agreement with the government, oil companies actively reduce or completely cancel discounts for corporate customers using fuel cards. According to the newspaper's interlocutors, Gazprom Neft was the first company to introduce margins instead of discounts for corporate clients on fuel cards.
Rosneft canceled discounts, a newspaper source said. LUKOIL keeps the prices, according to one of the Kommersant interlocutors, but the conditions deteriorated. The newspaper writes that retailers and cargo carriers complain about fuel costs rising, promising to include it in the value of their services, which will result in the price increase for goods and products.
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