Drivers are paying as much as 173 cents a litre in Australian cities – and it’s for no good reason at all

Business Insider Australia | Oct 21, 2019 at 4:38 AM
  • If you’ve filled up at the bowser recently, you may have had to do a double-take.
  • While the country managed to restore production fairly quickly, the attack highlights the vulnerability of the world’s oil supply, particularly given recent geopolitical aggression in the Strait of Hormuz.
  • Oliver was also quick to point out the rise following the attacks was well out of kilter with reality, given the petrol price jumped far higher than the oil price.