In recent days, unleaded petrol prices in major cities have varied by up to 50 cents per litre, depending on discounting cycles and internal pricing decisions. This variation has led to claims that motorists are paying $40 a tank more today if they don’t shop around.

3AW Melbourne’s Ross Stevenson and Russel Howcroft spoke to ACAPMA CEO, Mark McKenzie (B Eng, MBA, GAICD), who explores the role of competition in local markets, the relationship between fuel prices and non-fuel sales, as well as the forecast for fuel prices into 2024.

Elisha Radwanowski BCom(HRM&IR)