Motorists here are seeing some changes in the price of petroleum products, such as gasoline, diesel and low sulphur diesel.
A statement from the Director General of Finance and Planning shows that the price changes which came into effect yesterday November 19, 2018, are in keeping with the latest three-month moving average Price Build-Up (PBU) for these products.
According to the statement, the retail price of gasoline has decreased from $12.99 to $12.83 per gallon, a reduction of 16 cents, while diesel has increased from $10.98 to $11.39 per gallon, an increase of 41 cents.
The retail price of low-sulphur diesel has increased by 50 cents from $11.00 to $11.50 per gallon.
The wholesale prices are as follows:
Gasoline decreased from $12.29 to $12.13 per gallon, diesel increased from $10.37 to $10.78 per gallon and Low-Sulphur Diesel increased from $10.39 to $10.89 per gallon.