In the Energy Ministry’s Price adjustment on Petroleum products this month, gasoline at the pumps on mainland Grenada will be sold 37 cents less.
This month there’s a reduction in the prices for gasoline, diesel and kerosene and the 100-pound cylinder of cooking gas.
The price changes take effect tomorrow.
Gasoline at the pumps on the mainland will now be sold at $14.31 cents, down from $14.68 cents.
The price of diesel is reduced by fifty cents to $14.01 cents per gallon, while kerosene goes down fifty-nine cents to eight dollars and thirty-eight cents.
In Carriacou, gasoline is also down by the same margin, decreased to fourteen dollars and fourty-nine cents.
Diesel goes down to fourteen dollars and nineteen cents and Kerosene in Carriacou now eight dollars and fifty-eight cents.
In Petite Martinique, the price of gasoline moves from $9.36 cents to $8.99; diesel moves to eight dollars and ninety-nine cents and kerosene, eight dollars and fifty-eight cents.
There’s no change in the price of the 20-pound cylinder of cooking gas.
However, on the mainland, the 100-pound cylinder goes down from the old price of $213.65 to $204.60 cents.
Bulk goes down five cents to $2.15 cents in Grenada and the Sister Isles.
In Carriacou and Petite Martinique, the 100-pound cylinder will now be sold at $227.60 dollars.
The adjustments all show reduction, computed by the Energy division of the Ministry of Finance for the period, 13th January, 2020 to 12th, February 2020.