Ghana’s leading indigenous Oil Marketing Company, GOIL, has announced a reduction in the pump prices of both types of gasoline (petrol) and gasoil (diesel) at all its retail outlets across the West African nation.
Fuel prices are reviewed every two weeks in the Republic of Ghana, unlike some countries in West Africa where it is done monthly.
The second pricing window ends today, Tuesday, November 15, 2022, and prices of fuel are expected to be reviewed by the oil marketing companies.
It is not yet clear what occasioned the reduction but energynewsafrica.com can report that the depreciation of the Ghanaian cedi against the major international currencies like dollars has been slowed over the last few days.
Crude oil prices on the international market have also been hovering below $100 per barrel.
As of Tuesday morning, Brent was trading at $92.78 while WTI was trading at $85.26.
Many consumers have been lamenting over the rising cost of fuel in Ghana and the reduction in fuel prices will come as good news to them.
NEW FUEL PRICES EFFECTIVE TUESDAY 15TH NOVEMBER 2022
Super XP RON 95—Ghc 16.82
Diesel XP—Ghc 20.50
Kindly note that prices have decreased for SUPER XP RON 95 from Gh¢17.99 to Gh¢16.82 and decrease from Gh¢ 23.49 to 20.50 for DIESEL XP.