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COPECGH Fuel prices up by 8%

The hikes in the pricing, according to COPECGH, come as figures emanating from the various Bulk Distribution Companies took effect on Thursday September 1.

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Fuel prices have been increased by between 4-8 percent, the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers Ghana (COPECGH) says.

In a statement signed by Thomas Dodzi, Head, Research and Pricing, COPECGH said: Petrol or Pms has been increased from between 3-6% across most of the omcs whiles diesel has been increased by between 4-8% across most pumps with puma oil serving the lowest after the increments for both petrol and diesel.”

The statement further listed fuel stations charging low prices, urging consumers to boycott fuel stations with no electronic board displays.

The electronic board display prices of petroleum products sold at fuel stations.

Below is the full statement


PUMA 3.620 4.32 3.590 6.21
OANDO 3.630 3.125 3.620 5.848
ENGEN 3.650 5.49 3.600 6.509
GOIL 3.630 4.011 3.620 6.785
PACIFIC 3.650 4.286 3.630 6.171
RICH OIL 3.650 4.885 3.640 7.692
CASH OIL 3.660 5.172 3.640 7.692
GLORY OIL 3.669 4.352 3.645 7.840
SHELL OIL 3.671 5.186 3.648 7.611
QUANTUM 3.680 4.545 3.640 6.433
TOTAL 3.680 5.747 3650 7.988 
MAXXON 3.680 3.081 3.650 4.286

These are the various oil marketing companies whose figures are currently available on the market.

Petrol or Pms has been increased from between 3-6% accross most of the omcs whiles diesel has been increased by between 4-8% accross most pumps with puma oil serving the lowest after the increments for both petrol and diesel.

Other oil marketing companies continue to work to adjust prices for the first pricing window of September which commenced yesterday the 1st of September.

A lot of the electronic display boards continue to be off and we advise the public to desist from patronizing such stations.

Thomas Dodzi

Head, Research and Pricing 
Chamber of Petroleum Consumers Ghana 

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