April 2022 week four fuel price – RON 97 unchanged

April 2022 week four fuel price – RON 97 unchanged

Here is the weekly fuel price update, with the ministry of finance having announced the retail prices of fuels for the coming week of April 21 to 27.

The price of RON 97 petrol remains unchanged for the second week running, and so the fuel stays at the RM3.81 per litre it was at last week. As per usual, there’s no price revision for RON 95 petrol, the subsidised fuel – which is not available for sale to foreign-registered vehicles – remaining at its fixed price of RM2.05 per litre.

Similarly, the price of diesel continues as it has been since it was pegged, with Euro 5 B10 and B20 blends remaining at RM2.15 per litre, and Euro B7 – which is now 20 sen more per litre as of this year, as the result of a 10 sen per litre increase – at RM2.35 per litre.

These prices take effect from midnight tonight until Wednesday, April 27, when the next set of fuel price updates will be announced. This is the 17th edition of the weekly fuel pricing format for this year, and the 171st in total since its introduction in 2019.

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  • Civic Turbo 2018 on Apr 20, 2022 at 5:10 pm

    Waiting RON97 to go below RM3 laa

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    • Better to keep RON97 at Rm4 level, charge kaw extra those sinkies since they can afford to pay.

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      • republic santubong on Apr 22, 2022 at 11:05 am

        pity his turbocharged engine must run on high octane premium fuel unless he’s willing to lower down compression albeit losing few horsepower

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  • bieight8 on Apr 20, 2022 at 5:36 pm

    Government should remove fuel subsidies and impose fuel tax…

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    • Ah Chong on Apr 20, 2022 at 11:56 pm

      And change road tax to emissions based calculation. This should at least do something to push people to be cleaner and kinder to the environment.

      I’m not against taxing to redistribute wealth, but when it comes to environment related things, polluters should be taxed more weather they are rich or poor.

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