Fuel prices in Europe in January 2021
Estimated price of petrol and diesel fuel in Europe in the beginning of January 2021. Information is updated twice a month and should be used for reference only.
Data is collected from various sources: official government websites and fuel company sites. Keep in mind that fuel prices within a country can vary greatly.
Fuel prices table in Europe
The table shows the average prices in Europe for petrol and diesel and their changes compared with the previous update. To simplify the comparison, the prices in the table are in euro. Prices in local currency can be viewed on a separate tab.
More detailed information on the change in petrol prices can be viewed by clicking on the name of the relevant country.
Here you can see the price of autogas (LPG) in Europe.
As a rule, prices at petrol stations located along highways may turn out to be slightly higher (10–20 eurocents) than at petrol stations next to large shopping complexes. But it should be borne in mind that such petrol stations can be fully automatic, and the queues for them are impressive.
On the heat map below, you can see the country in which the fuel is cheaper. Green means cheap fuel, red more expensive.
The average price in Europe on LPG for the past month has increased at € 0.02 and now is € 1.13.
E5 (Super) is the most common type of fuel in Europe and is found on each gasoline station.
The highest prices are observed in the Netherlands, Portugal and Norway. In these countries, E5 (Super) is 25-30% more expensive than the average for Europe.
The average price in Europe on LPG for the past month has not change and now is € 1.20.
E5 (Super Plus) is much less common in Europe and is not found everywhere. And in some countries the number of proposals is very limited.
The highest prices can be found in Italy, the Netherlands and Portugal. The difference with the average European price in these countries can reach 35-40%.
The average price in Europe on LPG for the past month has increased at € 0.02 and now is € 1.06.
B7 Diesel fuel, as well as E5 (Super) fuel, is widespread in Europe and is found at every gas station.
In some countries, it is much cheaper than gasoline. For example, in the Netherlands, the difference in price between B7 Diesel fuel and gasoline E5 (Super) reaches 20-25%.
At the same time, in about a quarter of European countries, B7 Diesel fuel is more expensive than gasoline.
The trends in average fuel prices
Below are the trends in the average prices of fuel in Europe over the past three years.
You can select the desired time range on the chart by selecting it with the mouse or turn on/off the corresponding chart by clicking on its name below.