Sunday, May 17, 2015

Fuel prices to go up by 9%: See new prices here



The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) is expected to announce a 9% increment in prices of some petroleum products.

The new prices are expected to take immediate effect.

Starr News has gathered that petrol will be selling at Gh¢3.33 from the current price of Gh¢3.5.

Diesel will also be selling at Gh¢3.24 up from the current price of Gh¢2.97 per litre.

On the other hand, LPG is expected to be sold at Gh¢2.88 from the old price of Gh¢2.64.

Unified petroleum and kerosene for mining firms are expected to go up by 4 per cent. However, premix fuel and RFO will not see any price adjustments.