Fuel Prices Shoot Up Again

Consumers will from Saturday March 1, 2014 pay an average of 6 percent more for petrol, diesel and kerosene at the pump stations.

It follows the upward adjustment of prices of fuel products by the National Petroleum Authority (NPA).

Petrol now sells at 255.00 pesewas per litre.

Kerosene has also gone up by 6.12 percent and diesel 6.00 percent.

Diesel now sells at 265.00 pesewas per litre. Premix fuel, which has had virtually no change in price for the past few months, has now gone up by 3.45 percent. It is selling at 120.00 pesewas per litre.

The price of Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) saw no change.

Below is a table of the change in prices

Domestic Products

Product

Current Ex-Pump Price – Feb 16, 2014 (GHp/Lt or Kg)

Revised Ex-Pump Prices for PBU Effective March 1, 2014

% Change

Premium

240.00

255.00

6.25%

Kerosene

245.00

260.00

6.12%

Gas Oil

250.00

265.00

6.00%

MGO Local

222.00

236.00

6.31%

RFO

135.00

135.00

0.00%

LPG

274.00

274.00

0.00%

Premix

116.00

120.00

3.45%

Unified

205.00

226.00

10.24%

Kero Mines

254.00

262.00

3.15%

Gasoil to Rig

328.00

328.00

0.00%

Gasoil Mines

328.00

328.00

0.00%

Export Products

Product

Current Ex Pump Price – Feb 16, 2014 (US Cents/Lt)

Revised Pump Prices for PBU Effective March 1, 2014 (US Cents/Lt)

% Change

ATK

104.00

105.00

0.96%

MGO Foreign

111.00

113.00

1.80%

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