Motorists will be faced with new record high prices for fuel when they fill up at the pumps on Thursday.
This follows the latest price increases announced by the state-owned oil refinery Petrojam on Wednesday and which will see 87- and 90-octane gasoline moving up by $0.31 to sell for $138.54 and $141.38 per litre, respectively.
An increase of $1.89 will see automotive diesel fuel being sold for $140.85 per litre, while ultra-low sulphur diesel will be sold for $145.27 per litre, following an increase of $1.75.
Meanwhile, kerosene has been increased by $1.30 and will be sold for $123.51 per litre, while propane liquid petroleum will be sold for $58.38 per litre, up by $1.35. Butane liquid petroleum will be sold for $65.37 per litre after an increase of $1.55.
Marketing companies and retailers will add their respective margins to these prices.