Recently, the Indonesian people are getting an unexpected surprise from the Indonesian government. After experiencing a delay of approximately two days, the price of fuel oil (BBM) in Indonesia finally increased.
Adapted from the page Suara.com, Pertalite type fuel prices have increased from Rp 7,650 per liter to Rp. 10,000 per liter. Meanwhile, the price of subsidized diesel has increased to Rp 6,800 per liter from Rp 5,150. Even so, the price of Pertamax has increased from Rp 12,500 to Rp 14,500 per liter.
For the people of Indonesia, this price is high, but is the price of fuel in Indonesia included in the list of the most expensive fuel prices in the world? Let’s look together 10 countries with the list of the most expensive fuel in the world. Do you think Indonesia is included or not?
1. Hong Kong
Based on data from page globalpetrolprices, The country with the highest fuel price today is Hong Kong. In a country that is a former British protectorate, the price of fuel there reaches USD 2,981 for every liter. That means, for the purchase of one liter of fuel in Hong Kong, it is equivalent to around Rp. 44,450 for the current exchange rate which is at Rp. 14,912 per US dollar.
The country with the second most expensive fuel price is Zimbabwe. The country experiencing hyperinflation has set the price of fuel at a price range of USD 2,520 per liter. That means, we have to spend Rp 37,500 rupiah for every liter of fuel we buy.
This European country, which is located separately from the main continent, is the country with the third most expensive fuel price in the world, you know. Based on data from page globalpetrolprices, The price of fuel in this country is sold at USD 2,289 per liter or equivalent to Rp. 34,133. This price also makes Iceland the country with the most expensive fuel price on the Blue continent.
4. Central African Republic
Furthermore, the country with the fourth most expensive fuel price in the world is the Central African Republic which sells for 2,282 USD for every liter of fuel. This nominal is equivalent to Rp. 34,029 rupiah for every liter of fuel purchased.
This country, which is located in Scandinavia, turns out to be in the fifth position for the most expensive fuel price in the world, you know. In Norway, we have to spend 2,218 USD or the equivalent of Rp. 33,074 for every liter we buy.
The country, which is located in the heart of Europe and the Alps, is ranked sixth in the list of countries with the most expensive fuel prices in the world. To buy one liter of fuel in this country, we need Rp 32,582, because here, fuel is marketed at a price of 2,185 USD per liter.
This archipelagic country in the Caribbean region is not yet well known by the wider community. However, it turns out that in a country adjacent to Venezuela in South America, it is ranked seventh in the list of countries with the most expensive fuel prices in the world. In this country, we have to pay 2,175 USD or the equivalent of IDR 32,433 for each liter.
This European country which is famous for the quality and quality of its education is ranked eighth in the list of countries with the most expensive fuel prices. Here, we can get fuel at a price of 2,109 USD or around Rp. 31,467 per liter.
Denmark is ranked ninth in the list of countries with the most expensive fuel prices in the world. One of the world’s badminton giants sells fuel at 2,092 USD, equivalent to Rp. 31,213 for each liter.
The country that became the birth of the world’s legendary philosophical figures is ranked tenth in the list of countries with the most expensive fuel prices in the world. Adapted from the same page, the price of fuel in a country that had its economy collapsed was at 2.051 USD for every liter. This nominal is equivalent to Rp. 30,602 if it is cashed in rupiah.
Well, that’s it friends, 10 countries with the most expensive fuel prices in the world. Apparently, there is no Indonesia, yes.