LPG price hike

Effective midnight, consumers will be paying more for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG).

According to a statement from the Division of Energy, the 100-pound cylinder will now be retailed at $155.55 –– up by $3.84. The 25-pound cylinder will now cost $43.99 –– an increase of 96 cents; while the 22-pound cylinder will now be retailed at $38.87 ––  an increase of 84 cents. The 20-pound cylinder will now cost $35.34, up by 77 cents.

Petroleum prices are adjusted monthly by the Ministry of Commerce and Trade on the advice of the Division of Energy. Retail prices, therefore, will fluctuate in accordance with the imported prices of the products. (Division of Energy/BGIS)

One Response to LPG price hike

  1. jrsmith November 23, 2015 at 3:53 pm

    What is going on ,the price of oil and gases , has fallen around the world, Barbados is coming like , (RIP OFF BRITAIN.)


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