The stock ran out two days ago, and the seller could not say when another shipment of the 95 gasoline, sold at a price cap of HUF 480 per liter, would arrive at the Mol-kút located on Mészáros Street in Budapest. Due to the lack of stock, this morning it was only possible to fill up with Evo 100 premium gasoline offered for HUF 699 per liter, but according to the employee of the well, it will run out soon. In the end, it ran out, since around four o’clock in the afternoon they could no longer serve motorists with any gasoline.
All of this may seem like a mere impression, but as we wrote earlier with reference to RTL Híradó, already on Friday there was a large gas station in the country where it was not possible to fill up with fuel at the official price, and Mol will not deliver fuel at all to hundreds of independent gas stations from next week. during.
Restrictions were introduced at Shell filling stations, according to which motorists can buy 95 gasoline for a maximum of HUF 20,000 at a time, and in the case of diesel, the limit is HUF 50,000.
Telex readers and staff experienced stock shortages in several places in the country over the weekend.
There was no diesel at the Mol well on the section of the M5 highway leading out of the capital on Saturday evening, and at the OMV well located on Ladik utca, i.e. along Szentendrei út, only gasoline was sold around noon today. There was also a shortage of supplies at the Mol well in Nagykanizsa, next to highway 7, where the official diesel ran out.
In Gödöllő, at the Mol on Dózsa György út, there was neither official diesel nor gasoline, on Pattantyús Ábrahám körút, they could not serve our readers with any fuel, and on Szabadság út, also at the Mol, only basic and premium diesel could be filled, but no gasoline of any kind.
Although, according to his previous announcement, there are still plans to abolish the price restriction on the fuel that can be filled in Hungarian vehicles operated by private individuals, the supply is apparently interrupted in many places. Mol explained this to RTL with increased demand. We also sent Mol and OMV a series of questions regarding the reasons for the stock shortage and the expected solution. The employee of the former company promised detailed answers by tomorrow.
We also welcome letters from our readers to the Telex emergency email address who have had recent experiences similar to the above.