Photo from UNIAN The average price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), which is used as automobile fuel in Ukraine, reached another annual maximum of UAH 15.89 per liter on October 18. Read alsoLPG output down in Ukraine, import boost seen in Q1 2018 – expert A number of gas station networks in Ukraine on October 17-18 increased the price of liquefied gas by 10-20 kopiykas per liter, the UPECO fuel consultancy reported. For example, the price of liquefied petroleum gas rose by 20 kopiykas per liter at the OKKO filling stations, to UAH 16.59, while that at the WOG chain grew by 10 kopiykas per liter, to UAH 16.48, and the price of LPG at the Shell filling stations in Kyiv rose by 20 kopiykas per liter, to UAH 16.19. Moreover, the prices at Kyiv-based BRSM filling stations increased by 10 kopiykas per liter, to UAH 16.09. The BVS and Avantage chains also raised prices by 10 kopiykas per liter, to UAH 15.59 and UAH 15.45, respectively. In addition to national operators, the prices of LPG were increased by regional operators, namely Neftek, BARS and AutoTechService.