Photo: Freight News. Fuel prices have risen rapidly in the past months and it seems to be enjoying itself. It's believed the reason behind the rapid increase of fuel price is the price increase of crude oil. Fuel prices follow oil to a great extent. According to the EIA (Energy Information Administration) the price of crude oil account for sixty percent of the price of a gallon of regular gasoline.
Recently, there has been a sharp increase in fuel prices, and it looks to be having fun. The price increase of crude oil is thought to be the cause of the sudden surge in fuel prices. Oil prices heavily influence the price of fuel. The cost of crude oil makes up 60% of the cost of a gallon of standard gasoline, according to the Energy Information Administration.
Energy control company Nersa claims there is "no possible endpoint" for the country. Some people expressed their displeasure with the 9.7 percent rise in energy rates that Eskom customers received on April 1st following the country's recent burden-shedding. When prices rise again in July, things will get worse for South Africans.
Ramaphosa: The normal cost of fuel in South Africa is relied upon to ascend by seven pennies for every liter in September, as per industry gauges. In the coming months, the cost of diesel and paraffin will ascend by 12 and 7 pennies, separately. According to the Central Energy Fund, the increment in the cost of fuel ought not to be shocked.
Fin24, Wheels24, TimesLiveGasoline prices in South Africa are likely to climb by seven cents per litre on average during the month of September, according to industry forecasters. The price of fuel and paraffin will climb by 12 and 7 cents per gallon, respectively, in the upcoming months..