Turkmenistan entered the list of Top 10 countries with the lowest gasoline prices, according to the GlobalPetrolPrices website data.
Turkmenistan, which gets the eight spot on the list with one liter of A-95 gasoline costing 1.5 manats ($0.43), is followed by Kazakhstan ($0.46) and Azerbaijan ($0.47). These three countries are the states with cheapest gasoline price in the Commonwealth of Independent States.
“The average price of gasoline around the world is 1.12 U.S. Dollar per liter,” GlobalPetrolPrices writes.
Venezuela is at the top of the list with the $0.001 price tag for a liter. Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China became the place with the most expensive gasoline price in 2019. The drivers in Hong Kong pay $2.32 for a liter of gasoline.
In Turkmenistan, A-95 gasoline is produced at Turkmnenbashi Complex of Oil Refineries and Seydi Oil Refinery.
Turkmenistan is also home to a first gas-to-gasoline plant producing ECO-93 gasoline, which was commissioned in June last year in Ahal velayat.