GUYOIL raises fuel prices

Citing recent hurricane activity, the state-owned Guyana Oil Company yesterday announced that fuel prices will be going up with effect from today.

Gasoline will rise by $14 per litre, kerosene by $10, ULSD Gasoil by $15 and Gasoil (LSD) by $6.

In a statement, GUYOIL Marketing and Sales Manager, Eric Whaul said that a significant rise in acquisition costs at source has made the increases necessary.  He said that the recent hurricane activity had exacerbated the situation, triggering a spike in market prices. He said that GUYOIL had maintained stable fuel prices since January 1, 2017 despite fluctuations.

Higher fuels prices feeds into all sectors.

The new prices are as follows:


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