Fuel prices remain unchanged

Although the international cost of WTI averaged slightly above 92 dollars, the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Mipymes (MICM) maintained the price of all fuels frozen for the week of August 27 to September 2.

In that sense, the premium gasoline will continue to be sold at RD$293.60 per gallon and the regular at RD$274.50.

The regular diesel maintain a price of RD$221.60 per gallon, the optimum of RD$241.10 per gallon, the avtur RD$298.91 per gallon, the kerosene RD$338.10 per gallon.

Likewise, fuel oil #6 will continue to be sold at RD$192.11 per gallon, fuel oil 1%S will be at RD$211.77 per gallon.

Meanwhile he liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) remains at RD$147.60 per gallon and natural gas RD$28.97 per m3 keeps its price.

The Vice Minister of Internal Trade, Ramón Pérez Fermín, explained this Friday that the international price of WTI showed an increase of 2.1% compared to last week, for an accumulated annual increase of 24.9%.

"The government of President Luis Abinader has again considered maintaining fuel prices, thereby preventing us from seeing increases ranging from 12 pesos per gallon of premium gasoline, to exorbitant costs such as regular and optimum diesel at almost 80 pesos per gallon”, added Pérez Fermín.

The average weekly exchange rate is RD$53.59 from the daily publications of the Central Bank.

 

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