Motorists will pay slightly less for gasoline when they fill up at the pumps as of Thursday according to the latest ex-refinery costs released by the state-owned oil refinery Petrojam.
The reduction of $0.27 will see 87 and 90 octane gasoline being sold for $120.77 and $123.61 per litre respectively. Automotive diesel fuel is now being sold for $122.50 per litre following an increase of $0.20, while ultra-low sulphur diesel is down by $0.05, and now sells for $127.06 per litre.
Meanwhile, the price of kerosene is up $1.01 and is now being sold for $104.12 per litre while businesses and households are paying less for cooking gas.
Propane liquid petroleum is being sold for $48.83 per litre, down by $1.16 while butane liquid petroleum is being sold for $49.96 per litre after a decrease of $3.32.
Marketing companies and retailers will add their respective mark-up to these prices.