The price of LPG has fallen again: this is how it will be sold in every state from September 25th to October 1st

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(Photo: CRE)
(Photo: CRE)

As every Saturday, from September 25 to October 1, the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) updated the list of maximum LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) prices that private traders in the country must manage.

These rates vary by municipality in each state, and according to the federal government, the aim of the regulation is to control prices and “avoid corporate abuses” in the face of inflation.

The good news is that for the third consecutive week, the domestic fuel reduced 3.8 percent compared to the previous week. And it is that the national average for portable metal bottles will be 22.43 pesos per kilogram, while for stationary tanks it has been set at 12.11 pesos per liter.

Recall that this regulation began in July 2021 as the national average cost hit its highest level of the year at 25.90 pesos per kilogram, meaning the current cost is only 3.43 pesos lower than it was then.

In addition, in late February, hydrocarbons spiked around the world due to the Russian army’s invasion of Ukraine.


Mexico City: $21.65 per kg / $11.69 per liter (reduced)

State of Mexico: $23.62 per kg / $12.76 per liter (reduced)

Jalisco: $25.13 per kg / $13.57 per liter (reduced)

Nuevo León: $25.02 per kg / $13.51 per liter (reduced)

Guanajuato: $24.99 per kg / $13.50 per L (concessed)

Querétaro: $23.24 per kg / $12.55 per L (concessed)

To consult the complete table and in detail in each municipality, enter here.

If you find that your dealer is offering the fuel at a higher price, you can file the relevant complaint at [email protected]

More information in development…

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