Is diesel really on way out?
Diesel consumption in Britain fell for the first time last year since the financial crisis more than a decade ago, official figures show.
Between January and November 2019, Britons filled up with nearly half a billion litres less diesel than they did the year previous, marking the first decline in consumption since 2008, according to HM Revenue and Customs data.
UK road fuel consumption (Jan- Nov) in billion litres
2009: Petrol 20.189, Diesel 22.904, Total 43.093
2010: Petrol 19.020, Diesel 23.624, Total 42.644
2011: Petrol 17.947, Diesel 23.697, Total 41.644
2012: Petrol 17.230, Diesel 23.978, Total 41.208
2013: Petrol 16.525, Diesel 24.608, Total 41.133
2014: Petrol 16.227, Diesel 25.509, Total 41.736
2015: Petrol 15.861, Diesel 26.404, Total 42.265
2016: Petrol 15.672, Diesel 27.482, Total 43.154
2017: Petrol 15.401, Diesel 27.720, Total 43.121
2018: Petrol 15.217, Diesel 27.909, Total 43.126
2019: Petrol 15.366, Diesel 27.416, Total 42.782
Source: HM Revenue and Customs
Average petrol prices rose by 2.5p a litre and diesel increased by 3p since mid- December, according to the AA’s latest fuel price index.
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