Prices Of Petroleum Products Up By 7 Percent


Effective This Morning

Prices of some Petroleum products have gone up yesterday morning at the various service stations.

Petrol would now be sold at 2 Cedis 73 pesewas per liter, representing a 7 percent increase from the old price.

Kerosene has gone up by 0.38 percent and would be selling at 2 Cedi 36 pesewas.

You would now need 2 Ghana Cedis 87 pesewas to get a kilogram of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LGP).

Premix has also gone up by almost 5 percent and is selling at 1 Ghana Cedi 25 pesewas. Diesel would now be sold at 2 Cedis 79 pesewas.

However, Marine Gas Oil and Residual fuel did not see any adjustments. The increments are in line with National Petroleum Authority’s mandate of reviewing prices of petroleum products every two weeks.

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