C'est le statu quo. Les prix de l'essence et du diesel restent inchangés. L'essence reste à Rs 44 le litre. Idem pour le diesel (Rs 35 le litre).
Ainsi en a décidé le Pretroleum Pricing Committee (PPC) qui s'est réuni ce jeudi 6 août.
"The Petroleum Pricing Committee (PPC) met on Thursday 6 August 2020 and after verification of the computation of the retail prices of Mogas and Gas Oil, as provided for under Regulations 8 of the Consumer Protection (Control of Price of Petroleum Products) Regulations 2011 (as amended), approved that the retail prices be maintained at their present level as per Regulations 5(1)(b) &5(1)(c) as shown below:
Product Retail Price Rs / Litre
Gas Oil 35.00
Ci-dessous un extrait du communiqué :
The Committee took note of the evolution of world prices of Mogas and Gas Oil and the status of the Price Stabilisation Account (PSA).
Mogas (L’essence): Based on the Reference Price of US$389.04/metric ton for Mogas, that is, the actual prices for May-July 2020 & the future prices for August-October 2020 and an exchange rate of Rs 40.25/US$, the retail price of Mogas should have been increased by Rs 2.30 per litre or by 5.23%. However, as provided under Regulations 5(1)(c), the retail price of Mogas has been kept at its present level by using fund from the PSA.
Gas Oil (Diesel): Using the Reference Price of US$48.47/barrel, that is the actual prices for May-July 2020 & the future prices for August-October 2020 and an exchange rate of Rs 40.25/US$ the retail price of Gas Oil has remained unchanged according to Paragraph 5(1)(b) of the Regulations since the percentage increase is 0.03%, i.e. below 4%.
Notre service WhatsApp. Vous êtes témoins d`un événement d`actualité ou d`une scène insolite? Envoyez-nous vos photos ou vidéos sur le 5 259 82 00 !