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UK consistently ranks in the top three most expensive.
2p per litre (average) Is Hugo Chavez proving a point to the Western world?
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
8p per litre (average) 20% of the world's oil reserves: they'll remain one of the cheapest till the end
9p per litre 41 billion barrels of oil per yer make Libya 9th in the oil-producing world league
12p per litre (average) Car drivers are entitle to 120 litres free per month, so maybe the price isn't important
13p per litre (average) 60% of the government's revenue comes from oil production
Kuwait City, Kuwait
14p per litre (average) The government-subsidised petrol and public transport shows consideration for the community
15p per litre (average) Citizens have the 2nd highest incomes and the 7th lowest petrol in the world
19p per litre (average) The future of their price per litre is uncertain in an unstable country
20p per litre (average) 600,000 barrels produced every day, so the government gives its citizens a break
20p per litre (average) 60% of the country's income comes from their oil production
Oslo, Norway - Most expensive
£1.64 per litre (average) Road use tax £1.64 per litre + CO2 tax £0.10 per litre
London, UK - 3rd most expensive
£1.35 per litre (average) Duty ££0.59 per litre + VAT = 20%