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Retail Prices For LPG 100 Pound Cylinder, Wholesale LPG Decrease

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The Public is hereby notified that in keeping with changes in international oil prices and Government’s application of the modified market pass-through petroleum pricing mechanism, the retail price of the LPG 100 lb cylinder and Bulk (Wholesale) LPG has changed.

The retail price of Gasoline, Diesel, Kerosene, the LPG 20 lb and 22 lb cylinders remains unchanged.

The price changes take effect from Monday, November 20th, 2023.

  • Gasoline remains unchanged at $3.63 per litre or $16.50 per gallon.
  • Diesel remains unchanged at $3.63 per litre or $16.50 per gallon.
  • Kerosene remains unchanged at $2.78 per litre or $12.63 per gallon.

The 20 lb Cylinder (9.07kg) is being subsidized at $17.60 per cylinder and the 22 lb cylinder (9.98kg) is being subsidized at $19.35 per cylinder.

  • 20 Pound Cylinder (9.07 kg) remains unchanged at $39.30 per cylinder.
  • 22 Pound Cylinder (9.98 kg) remains unchanged at $43.22 per cylinder.
  • 100 Pound Cylinder (45.36kg) decreased from $291.61 to $284.45 per cylinder.
  • Bulk (Wholesale) LPG decreased from $2.79 per pound to $2.71 per

The Public is informed that the next adjustment of the retail price of fuel products will be on Monday, December 11, 2023.

SOURCE: Ministry of Commerce, Manufacturing, Business Development, Cooperatives and Consumer Affairs

(Headline updated)

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Get your notice right…the headlines say there is an increase and the details says there is a decrease…..SMH

  2. The usual robbery, the price of oil on the world market has been in a downtrend since September 27th at a price of US$95 per barrel. 6 weeks ago on October the price of oil was US$85 and today it is US$78. The price of gas in St. Lucia EC$16.50 has not changed during this whole period. We may not be benefiting from this but the importers are making a mint.

  3. Oh Really November 20, 2023 At 2:44 pm

    Not just the importers making a mint, the government as well on duties and taxes on those imports. This is the same reason they leave the roads in the same terrible state they’re in. Bad roads means more repairs on suspension and brakes. More repairs means more parts imported. More parts imported means more customs duties and taxes. We also have the issue of snail pace driving meaning more fuel consumed.

    The government is shafting us through and through. I have some ideas as to what should be done to these politicians but if I do type them I would be labelled all sorts of things.

  4. @Kat keep twerking for Allen Chastanet he’ll sign the document on his desk and the fuel prices will go down. Oh, wait.

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