The figures on the previous map come from the data sent by more than 11,000 Spanish service stations to the Ministry for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, which are updated every half hour. The data shows the price of fuel without including the discount of 20 cents approved by the Government, which is applied to the sale price.
In the following graph you can see how the average price of diesel and gasoline 95 evolves in all gas stations in Spain.
Due to the increase in prices due to the war in Ukraine, this Wednesday morning there were more than 5,000 pumps in which 98-octane gasoline cost 2 euros per liter or more. Gasoline with a lower octane rating, 95, was also sold for more than 2 euros at more than 8,000 gas stations; and the same occurred with diesel A in almost 3,000 points of sale. On the map you can see the data in real time with the latest figures sent by each station.
The following graph shows you the gap in the average price of diesel in each province, according to the latest available data: