Data services

We provide data on retail (pump) prices for 95-octane gasoline and diesel fuel in over 100 countries and 300 cities around the world. The sources include government institutions, regulatory agencies, major media outlets, and oil companies. The data are collected on a weekly basis by a team of economists headed by Neven Valev.

Our client base includes many individual analysts, researchers, policy makers, and academics as well as staff at the Bank of Canada, Barclays, Babcock International, Black Wood Seven, CAP Automotive, Descartes, Diageo, Dow Chemical, Euromonitor, Heineken, JATO Dynamics, LeasePlan International, McKinsey & Company, The Miles Consultancy, The Municipal Group of Companies, Nicenova Consulting, SABMiller, Swarovski, TomTom and other companies. Our data are used in Bloomberg's quarterly review of world fuel prices and are frequently featured in other media. Please contact us if you would like us to provide references from clients.

Historic data sets

We provide custom data sets based on a selection of countries, data frequency, and time period. The cost of the data sets depends on your specific needs. Please contact us for more information.


API access to our latest data via XML

The data feed automatically transfers the latest numbers (no historical data) to your server where you can use them as you wish. For more information, visit our API page.


The latest data by e-mail

We provide the latest weekly, monthly or quarterly data in local currency or another currency of your choice. This is a convenient and inexpensive way to use our data. Please, contact us for more information.


Charts

Custom charts using fuel price data, crude oil prices, exchange rates and general economic data available through our sister site www.theglobaleconomy.com. Contact us to let us know what you need.


Fuel price insights

We have the most extensive fuel price data set available anywhere, collected by our team over the years. For many years we have monitored on a daily basis fuel price news, policy deliberations and changes, global and regional trends, the forecasting success and failures of major organizations, the factors that drive oil prices, etc. We also have at our disposal the most advanced statistical methods used in the economics profession and access to another 300 economic indicators for 200 countries. Let us know if we can help answer your questions.