The cheaper litter of naphtha is found in La Boca and Parke Patricios and the most expensive, in Pompeii and Villa Soldati. This is the result of a survey conducted by the Pyme Ciudad Productiva Research Center (CIPBA) of Fecoba, which is the Federation of Commerce and Industry in Buenos Aires. The work was done during the last week of November and took the average value of the super in each neighborhood.
In individual level, CIPBA was the most expensive gasoline in the Petrobras de Parque and Chacabuco the cheapest in the Eva Perón Axis at 4300, in Parke Avellaneda.
Number of stations on watch by flag in the City of Buenos Aires. Naphta fuels. Source: Fecoba
By brand, The lowest price of super naphtha in October was that of the YPF state (36.76 pesos). Then Axion and Petrobras (in the hands of Trafigura / Puma) were located, while The most expensive was offered by PDV Sur (40.99 pesos), the petroleum property of the Venezuelan state company PDVSA, which crosses a severe financial crisis in the country. Bark and Oil are also among the most expensive.
Where it sells more
In October, the services of Buenos Aires served 47,088 cubic meters of super naphtha. The neighborhood that buys the most naphtha (also one of the largest) is Palermo, followed by Villa Urquiza and Caballito. The YPF of Libertador and Echeverria, in Belgrano, is the station that sold the most naptha.
A volume of super nafta sent by district in October. Source: Fecoba
On the other hand, Villa Soldati and La Boca are the districts where less naphtha is sold. And the service station that supplies the smallest naphtha is the PDV Sur de Honorio Pueyrredón, in Villa Curled.
In the city there are 184 service stations in 43 districts. This means that there are 5 districts that do not have fuel.
YPF has the largest network of stations in the city, with 75 branches and is present in 36 districts. Secondly, Shell is located, with 52 stations in 31 districts.
Number of stations on watch for neighborhood. Naphta Fuels Source: Fecoba
Regarding the volume sent, the ranking is led by YPF (48.6% of the total), Shell (27%) and Axion (19%).
According to data from the Center, YPF is the only company that maintains the price at each of its stations and, at the same time, offers the lowest price in the market.