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ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA Thursday, January 17, 2013: The General public is hereby informed that, effective, Friday 18th January, 2013, the retail prices of petroleum products (Gasoline, Diesel, Kerosene and LPG {Cooking Gas}) in the State of Grenada will be as follows:


Products                                 Old Price      New Price

Gasoline                                  $15.61/IG      $15.61/IG

Diesel                                      $15.49/IG      $15.56/IG

Kerosene                                 $12.40/IG      $12.37/IG

L.P.G (Cooking Gas):           Old Price       New Price

20 lbs Cylinder                        $45.00               $45.00

100 lbs Cylinder                      $269.87             $269.49

Bulk                                        $2.76/lb            $2.75/lb         


Products                                 Old Price       New Price

Gasoline                                  $15.77/IG       $15.77/IG

Diesel                                      $15.65/IG       $15.72/IG

Kerosene                                 $12.57/IG       $12.54/IG


L.P.G (Cooking Gas)            Old Price        New Price

20 lbs Cylinder                        $54.00               $54.00

100 lbs Cylinder                      $292.87             $292.49

Bulk                                        $2.77/lb            $2.75/lb


Products                                 Old Price        New Price

Gasoline                                  $12.77/IG        $12.77/IG

Diesel                                      $12.65/IG        $12.72/IG

Kerosene                                 $12.56/IG        $12.54/IG


The new Retail Prices are computed based on the average FOB costs: that is; (Ex-refinery prices), for the period, 13th December, 2012 to 13th January, 2013

It important for the public to understand that notwithstanding these efforts by Government, petroleum prices are likely to remain high since Grenada imports nearly all of its fuel. Consumers are urged to act wisely by conserving and using energy efficiently. 

Furthermore, consumers are encouraged to immediately notify the Price Control/Consumer Affairs Unit in the Ministry of Finance of any instance of overpricing at telephone number 440-1369.

Energy Division

Ministry of Finance….

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