Why gasoline in Russia is only getting more expensive

Why gasoline in Russia is only getting more expensive

It is unlikely that there is a car enthusiast in our country who would not ask himself the question: “Why are gas prices in Russia always rising - both when oil prices rise and when they fall?” People refueling at gas stations, if they encounter a reduction in fuel prices, it looks more like a mockery - a decrease, for example, by 1 kopeck per liter.


At the same time, every time we hear from the screens the words of experts who pretend to try to explain: “There is nothing like that, we live in a market situation, lower prices will hit the manufacturer and lead to job cuts.” But the decline in real wages does not lead to a reduction in the number of jobs.

There are those experts who try to make out the situation relatively objectively.

When asked why gasoline is not getting cheaper in our country, economist Oleg Komolov answers. In his authorial program “Prime Numbers”, he raises another acute question: why do oil companies in those periods when everything is fine do not share extra income with the state, and when oil prices go down, they ask the state for additional preferences. It turns out the game with one goal, when large corporations involved in mining, in any case, benefit.

The program of Oleg Komolov:

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  1. Lexus 16 June 2020 16: 01 New
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    Why gasoline in Russia is only getting more expensive

    “Ah, what am I to blame?” - “Be quiet! I'm tired of listening,
    Leisure me sort your fault, puppy!
    You are to blame for the fact that I want to eat. "
    Said and dragged into the dark forest Lamb. (C) "The Wolf and the Lamb", fable, I.A. Krylov

    "Asked," quote, "treat with understanding." For "there is no time for buildup."
    1. Malyuta 16 June 2020 16: 08 New
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      Quote: lexus
      Why gasoline in Russia is only getting more expensive

      But the solntseky explained everything to you, Bender smokes.
      1. ximkim 16 June 2020 17: 06 New
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        Because .. Yes because !! In short. There are no low prices, only an increase in the price of gasoline. An increase in gas prices is necessary for the well-being and increase of income of the announcers of oil companies. These motorists and car drivers do not understand that everything is upside down.
        1. ximkim 16 June 2020 17: 09 New
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          I’ll add I was furious with my answer.
        2. Malyuta 16 June 2020 17: 12 New
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          Quote: ximkim
          Already coughed, from such an uncomfortable question.

          He lies and coughs, coughs and lies. Khe khe ...
          1. ximkim 16 June 2020 17: 13 New
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            Such words are not one in order not to get a ban.
        3. Charik 16 June 2020 18: 46 New
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          there is such a thing - when a person lies he coughs
      2. Lannan Shi 16 June 2020 17: 10 New
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        Quote: Malyuta
        But the solntseky explained everything to you, Bender smokes.

        Yes, lying sun-faced, lying as usual. Our gasoline will be taken away, if it is cheap, it will be taken away and we will all die. Yeah, yeah. That government prohibits import fuel to Russia ... It seems that the guarantor has stomped the zone for half his life. For living clearly according to the principles of an inveterate lesson. Do not be fooled - you will not live, a sucker is not a mammoth, a sucker will not die out, etc.
        1. Lexus 16 June 2020 18: 37 New
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          Yes, sun-faced, lies as usual

          If each nose had lengthened from a lie, like a famous, also “fairy-tale” character, then it would have been safe to provide a couple of prison boiler rooms with firewood. At least some benefit from him would be.
        2. Vadim237 19 June 2020 01: 04 New
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          This imported gasoline with a slight movement of the hands of speculators would be sold at the same price as all the fuel that was produced in Russia, no one would refuse to profit - and gasoline is becoming more expensive because entities receive more than 1600 billion rubles in tax from local taxes budgets and the state to cut off these revenues by reducing production taxes and the rest will not.
      3. nekromonger 16 June 2020 17: 27 New
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        and Bender smokes and Goebbels, it's tin, his nonsense reminded me of the answer to the question - when will children stop treating our children with sms
      4. aglet 16 June 2020 17: 45 New
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        "But the solntseky explained everything to you, Bender smokes."
        as always, he poured water, and does not follow the meaning of what was said. Here is something similar, such as a joke - "- Vladimir Vladimirovich, how much will it be two or two?
        - I’ll be brief. You know, just the other day I was at the Russian Academy of Sciences, had a conversation with many scientists, including young ones. By the way - very competent guys. So, we discussed, in particular, this problem, talked about the current economic situation in the country. They also talked about their plans for the future. Of course, in the first place they were worried about the problem of demand. No less acute was the question of mortgages. But I can assure you that all these problems are solvable and we will direct all efforts to resolve them in the very near future. This also applies to the topic raised in your question. "
        1. Snail N9 16 June 2020 17: 55 New
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          Our gasoline cannot be cheap. This, after all, is a special gasoline that is "scorpionous" ....
          There, just now, information flashed that "very demanded", effective state managers of "different types of" wealth ", received a" loss "in salary (no way, like, to live like that with such a weak consumer conjuncture") - they reduced their salary from 140 (with a tail) million, right up to 30 million! I don’t even know how heart-rending people will now live on such "beggarly pennies" .....
          1. aglet 16 June 2020 17: 58 New
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            they will certainly run to the west, to rule the industry there. I can imagine how everything’s going to fill up there now ... and we all disappear without them, and the guarantor will not save
      5. vadivm59 18 June 2020 12: 52 New
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        Gorbachev recalled, he said a lot of words, but nothing on the merits of the matter. "Restructuring, start, kill, and the process will go comrades !!!
      6. businessv 5 July 2020 14: 06 New
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        Quote: Malyuta
        But the solntseky explained everything to you, Bender smokes.

        About Ostap - to the point! laughing Komolov explained sensibly and truthfully, as for me! The only way out is the nationalization of ALL mining and processing enterprises, the establishment of an internal fuel price and the adoption of relevant laws to protect the domestic market from the export of finished products. And if they say that roads are veins of the economy, then fuel is its blood and it should be affordable for the domestic consumer! I ask the pseudo-liberals not to get excited and not to read mantras that this is impossible because of market relations, etc.! With your brainwashed, you still can not understand this because you do not accept Old from literate, but from lured resources!
    2. Vicontas 16 June 2020 20: 32 New
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      As the lover of scarves Berezovsky used to say, "If profit is for me, then losses are for the country!"
      1. Snail N9 16 June 2020 21: 09 New
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        As the lover of scarves Berezovsky used to say, "If profit is for me, then losses are for the country!"

        Scientific language "it sounds like this:" Privatization of profits and the nationalization of costs and losses "....
    3. Civil 18 June 2020 14: 11 New
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      It doesn’t happen that somewhere in one place the System is getting weaker and breaking
  2. Doctor 16 June 2020 16: 02 New
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    Not relevant.
    Gazprom is our everything!

    Energy Minister Alexander Novak proposes Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov double the share of subsidies from the budget for the transfer of cars of individuals and small businesses from gasoline to gas fuel, RBC reports citing a letter from the head of the department.
    Thus, subsidies will not amount to 30%, but 60% of the cost of conversion. Gazprom will pay another 30% of the costs through the marketing programs of its subsidiary Gazprom Gas-Engine Fuel. Car owners Only 10% will be left to pay.


    https://ria.ru/20200616/1572981596.html?utm_source=yxnews&utm_medium=desktop&utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fyandex.ru%2Fnews
    1. credo 16 June 2020 16: 40 New
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      Quote: Arzt
      Not relevant....

      I completely agree. The theme is old, worn down to holes with a long beard.
      That's when the oil runs out in the bowels of Mother Earth, then the question will disappear by itself.
    2. Pilat2009 18 June 2020 08: 57 New
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      Quote: Arzt
      from gasoline to gas engine fuel,

      And how much is gas engine fuel? That diesel is more expensive than gasoline for some reason
  3. Far B 16 June 2020 16: 02 New
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    Because Putin orders every time to deal with the situation. And it’s worth the money. Denyu police at the right feed. That is, as it were difficult. Disassembly costs are included in the final cost. Cho is such a nipanyatnava, she is completely innocent. As children small chesslovo did not leave
    1. forester1971 16 June 2020 16: 57 New
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      It is advisable to write in Russian.
      1. forester1971 16 June 2020 17: 06 New
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        Cons from foreigners who do not know Russian? Or just specific people can not make comments?
  4. To be or not to be 16 June 2020 16: 02 New
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    BUSINESS 08.05.2020/17/35 XNUMX:XNUMX
    A tricky scheme: why gasoline in Russia is not getting cheaper even at oil prices, as in the 2000s
    Julia Titova
    Forbes Staff https://www.forbes.ru/biznes/399945-hitraya-shema-pochemu-benzin-v-rossii-ne-desheveet-dazhe-pri-cenah-na-neft-kak-v-2000
    "Every problem has a last name ..."
  5. paul3390 16 June 2020 16: 26 New
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    Because in Russia - neo-feudalism. Each person was given a sovereign to feed the sovereign. With which he has some fixed income. No matter what .. Right Boys - they can’t lose money. If in the usual areas crop failures - it means they will get in another place. For example - by cutting the rations by serfs. And forcing them to work for the gentleman another extra day .. Something like that ..
    1. TatarinSSSR 16 June 2020 16: 35 New
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      Because the power in Russia rests on the huge army of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, special services and the Russian Guard. Plus the army. Unlike civilized countries, the Russian security forces with their own people will not stand on ceremony - they will have to crush them with tanks, shoot them with machine guns. And the people know this. Because it sits quietly, breathing in a tube.
      1. forester1971 16 June 2020 16: 58 New
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        Many have already crushed tanks? And fired from machine guns?
        1. TatarinSSSR 16 June 2020 17: 53 New
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          And they crushed tanks and hit the government building with tanks, google the story. And it’s better from the very beginning, but at least from imperial times. Better yet, learn the history of the state of Russian and Soviet, and post-Soviet, again. Then do not ask such questions.
          1. forester1971 16 June 2020 18: 04 New
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            I know history no worse than you. You write that our country is different for the worse from "civilized" countries. If we take history from ancient times, then in these so-called "civilized" countries, the authorities shot at their people no less than in Russia. So I advise you to learn a story before telling others. And in general, you should not write on behalf of the whole people that he sits somewhere and breathes somewhere.
            1. TatarinSSSR 16 June 2020 18: 09 New
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              Do not exaggerate. In civilized countries, after people were shot and crushed, power changed to democracy, and dictators were imprisoned or they fled. In Russia, riots and revolutions were always brutally suppressed, and there was no power for that. Except in 1917. When one anti-people regime replaced another regime, even more sophisticated and bloody.
              1. forester1971 16 June 2020 18: 21 New
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                Well, yes, in the USA, after Los Angeles in 1992, the revolution did happen and all the guilty were imprisoned. There are other examples. And when you write about other countries - "civilized", you mean that our country is uncivilized and terribly barbaric? If so, then I have nothing to talk about with you. And you continue to aspirate about democracy and "civilized countries."
        2. ximkim 17 June 2020 16: 49 New
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          Just people are evil. Very.
  6. TatarinSSSR 16 June 2020 16: 31 New
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    Just because the oligarchs of the oil industry in Russia need money. Constantly. Billions, hundreds of billions a day. They are always not enough. If their appetite is curtailed, then they will go into the regime of pushing people to the Maidan. They have enough money for this. The Kremlin cannot allow this. And therefore, ordinary people always pay for the loyalty of the oil billionaires to the president.
    1. Ragnar Lodbrok 16 June 2020 16: 45 New
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      Greed. This is called greed. Wild, dense, ineradicable greed. I can not explain this phenomenon of ever-rising gas prices in another way. Apparently, they found a way to take money with them to the next world ...
      1. TatarinSSSR 16 June 2020 16: 48 New
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        No, not in the next world. Our oil billionaires have dozens of relatives, daughters, sons, grandchildren, dogs and so on. Almost all of them study, live and prosper abroad, in the very Europe and America. Here they are intended and money.
  7. Private89 16 June 2020 16: 43 New
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    Because the goal of this system, the capitalist system, is not the public good, but profit. Therefore, instead of free medicine, it’s paid, instead of free education, it’s paid, as a private trader to make profit from housing and communal services, to raise tariffs for you, why diesel fuel is spreading in the Arctic - because the money saved for repairing the tank is new locks and yachts of the oligarch, why “Winter Cherry” is on fire what is more profitable to build a shopping center from cheap combustible materials and not spend money on fire extinguishing systems, because the money not spent is saved profit. Capitalism literally kills this life on the principle that you die today, and I tomorrow.
  8. nekromonger 16 June 2020 17: 30 New
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    the simplest answer is because we are slaves, we’re afraid to say a word, and not just to demand it.
  9. Shelest2000 16 June 2020 18: 12 New
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    Yes, everything is very simple. We do not have prices in our own currency. Everything that we see in stores at gas stations is not a price. These are the price tags. And the prices in our country are in exclusively foreign currency. The price tags only indicate the value of this product in foreign currency at the current exchange rate, expressed in so-called occupation wrappers. "Bank of Russia tickets." By the way, not state. .
  10. Charik 16 June 2020 18: 38 New
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    because the supply manager of the orphans are hungry - Utro.ru
    Poland got Gazprom to return $ 1,5 billion for gas
    Vesti.Ru24: 521: 170: 51
    59 photos 3 more videos
    Gazprom will transfer $ 1,5 billion to PGNiG Poland before July 1, 2020. The relevant agreement was signed by the parties on Monday, June 15. Thus, Poland secured from Russia the execution of the Stockholm arbitration verdict to reimburse the overpayment for gas supplies.
  11. Boris ⁣ Shaver 17 June 2020 01: 51 New
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    the decline in real wages does not lead to a reduction in the number of jobs

    Well, that’s just logical. The less the slave gets. strength, the more work the employer is ready to give her. All else being equal.
    The maximum point for this addiction is a concentration camp where fascists could afford to force prisoners to do meaningless work through, because their "workers" were kept in inhuman conditions and did not even receive food in any sufficient minimum quantities, and therefore their labor cost the fascist animals actually for nothing.
    1. Snail N9 17 June 2020 03: 04 New
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      Fascist concentration camps ..... In my opinion, in Biktashev's book “We are older than our death” there is a mention that the Germans, among other inhuman medical experiments and experiments on prisoners of concentration camps, also carried out such an experiment as a diet with a “programmed death” . That is, it was estimated that a prisoner, having consumed a certain number of calories in hard work, with a certain body weight and a supply of muscle-fat tissue, with a certain diet, should die in a predetermined time frame. Fascist doctors and picked up such diets. Soviet prisoners of war, who were forced to "help" the Nazi physicians, in every possible way interfered with the course of these experiments, by injecting glucose to those who underwent experiments or fed them secretly in order to "smear" the picture of the course of the experiment. The Fritz were furious, not understanding why nothing works. By the way, the “programmed poverty” cultivated in our country recently, reminds me very much of those Nazi experiments on prisoners of concentration camps. However, the "digital concentration camp" is not far off ....
  12. nikvic46 17 June 2020 08: 13 New
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    There is always an excuse, saying that demand creates supply. They say that we are in a market economy. But we have no responsibility for conspiracy in trade and the provision of services. And this is also a market mechanism.
    1. Vadim237 19 June 2020 01: 14 New
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      There is no conspiracy - and there are taxes that occupy almost 70% of the cost of a liter of gasoline, diesel fuel - which goes to the regional budgets, this will not make gasoline cheaper because the government will not cut off this source. That's what you had to say to this balabol from the economy in his own vidos.
  13. Ilya_Nsk 19 June 2020 06: 49 New
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    - And why are oil prices falling and gas prices rising?
    - Yes, because go to ..y, that's why!
  14. Andrey Krasnoyarsky 20 June 2020 14: 19 New
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    There are only three reasons for rising fuel prices. The first is the rise in world oil prices. The second is the fall in world oil prices. Third - world oil prices are unchanged. In all other cases, the price of gasoline is stable, so there is nothing to complain about ...
  15. Uran53 22 June 2020 07: 45 New
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    What is the norm in the Russian economy, in other countries is considered nonsense and robbery of their own people. Although the Darkest will not offend his
  16. Egg
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    Quote: Arzt
    Energy Minister Alexander Novak proposed Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov to double the share of subsidies from the budget for the transfer of private cars and small businesses from gasoline to gas engine fuel

    I don’t understand one thing. They’re talking about converting cars to gas, but on the other hand they have again tightened the requirements for re-equipment of cars, in particular, now it’s forbidden to remotely obtain permission for re-equipment from a laboratory, now you need to provide a car to a certified laboratory, and there are 15 to 20 to the whole country. How is that?