The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has made an upward adjustment to prices of some petroleum products effective June 1.
Both Petrol and diesel from tomorrow will be selling at GH¢9.50 per gallon.
A statement from the National Petroleum Authority say this is in line with Government of Ghana’s policy directive to achieve full pass-through petroleum products.
The current ex-pump price of petrol (premium) 204.96 pesewas per litre, has been adjusted to 211.11 pesewas per litre or GH¢9.50 per gallon representing 3 per cent increment.
The price of diesel (gas oil) would move from 206.83 pesewas per litre to 211.11 pesewas per litre or GH¢9.50 per gallon making a difference of 2 per cent .
Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) has also been increased by 3 per cent. The current price is 194.85 pesewas per kilogram but will sell at 200.00 pesewas per kilogram or GH¢25.00 for 12.5Kg Cylinder from June 1. 25.00
However prices of products such as kerosene, residual fuel and marine gas, remained unchanged.
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