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Thursday Mar 31
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Motorists will again pay more for gasoline as of Thursday, March 31 according to the latest price listing released on Wednesday by Petrojam, the state-owned oil refinery.
According to the listing, the price of 87-octane gasoline has been increased by $4.35 and will be sold this week for $191.33 per litre. At the same time, 90-octane gasoline has been increased by $4.37 and will be sold for $196.35 per litre.
Meanwhile, automotive diesel fuel will be sold this week for $196.95 per litre after an increase of $4.50, while ultra-low sulphur diesel will also see an increase of $4.50 and will be sold for $201.44 per litre.
Users of kerosene will also pay more; the commodity will be sold this week for $171.56 per litre after an increase of $4.50.
Propane liquid petroleum will be sold for $81.86 per litre, an increase of $3.06 while butane liquid petroleum will be sold for $92.80 per litre after an increase of $3.06.
Marketing companies and retailers will add their respective mark-up to these prices.
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