Gas prices drop but LPG costs more

Barbadians are getting an ease in the price of gas, diesel and kerosene but they’re now paying more for LPG, or cooking gas as it’s commonly known.

From midnight yesterday, the price of the 100-pound cylinder of LPG went up from

$184.87 to $192.40; the 25-pound cylinder increased from $51.32 to $53.20; the price of the 22-pound cylinder moved from $45.32 to $46.98; and the price of the 20-pound cylinder has gone up from $41.20 to $42.71.

However, motorists are saving 13 cents per litre on gas and six cents per litre on diesel.

The price of gasoline has been adjusted to $3.11 per litre while diesel is now being sold at $2.79 per litre.

Kerosene is now six cents cheaper, going at $1.82 per litre.

4 Responses to Gas prices drop but LPG costs more

  1. Char
    Char November 18, 2013 at 10:24 am

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  2. Donnah Russell
    Donnah Russell November 18, 2013 at 11:38 am

    pipeline….. waiting….

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  3. Simon Paul Richards
    Simon Paul Richards November 18, 2013 at 11:54 am

    You don’t need a pipline just more renewables and electric cars take a look at http://www.facebook.com/megapower365 for a real solution available today.

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  4. Troy P Hoyte
    Troy P Hoyte November 18, 2013 at 3:48 pm

    How is the price adjusted at the pump, cause it seem like when gas goes up, there are adjusted , but when reduced, the same amount of fuel is given.

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