The main petroleum products sold to final consumers are mobility fuels, including automotive LPG.
In Belgium, the price of each petroleum product is capped. Therefore, it is not allowed to sell at a price higher than the maximum price set.
The maximum price is calculated according to the provisions of the agreement between the Belgian State and the Belgian Petroleum Federation (BPF), which is the official representative of the main oil companies operating in refining, marketing, distribution and storage in Belgium. The Belgian Petroleum Federation (BPF) is the official representative of the main oil companies active in the fields of refining and distribution in Belgium.
The Directorate-General for Energy of the FPS Economy calculates the maximum prices for finished products, such as automotive LPG, in accordance with the provisions of the agreement.
The maximum LPG prices set by the Belgian Government for filling stations are not necessarily the final selling price paid by the final consumer. LPG sellers usually grant a discount on the maximum price and sellers are obliged to display the discount on the maximum price.
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