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Gas prices up by $2.30

Published: Friday December 28, 2012 | 12:39 pm Comments 0
 A gas attendant pumping fuel at a petrol station in Ocho Rios - File.
A gas attendant pumping fuel at a petrol station in Ocho Rios - File.

Motorists are to pay more for gasolene going into the New Year.

Effective today, the prices of gasolene has been increased by $2.30.

A litre of E10-87 will be sold for $100.07 while E10-90 will sell for $101.72.

Meanwhile, the price of automotive diesel will go up by $1.50 and will sell for $107.79 per litre.

A litre of kerosene has been increased by $2.00 and will sell for $108.37.

In the meantime, propane cooking gas will move up $2.06 to be sold for $34.15 per litre.

And the price of butane has been increased by $0.37 to be sold for $57.03 per litre.

Retailers will add their mark-ups to the announced prices.

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