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Motorists should see an increase at the pumps in gasoline and diesel prices, effective Thursday, March 30.
The latest ex-refinery costs from Petrojam indicate that 87- and 90-octane gasoline will be sold for $167.82 and $172.29 per litre, up by $3.06.
Automotive diesel fuel, meanwhile, is expected to be sold for $191.87 per litre after an increase of $0.25. Ultra-low sulphur diesel has gone up by $0.25 and will be sold for $202.71 per litre.
The price for kerosene increased by $0.25 and will be sold for $202.92 per litre.
Propane liquid petroleum, in the meantime, will be sold for $65.64 after an increase of $1.19, while butane liquid petroleum will be sold for $71.76, going up by $0.84.
Marketing companies and retailers are expected to add their respective mark-ups.
More information here.