Most fuel prices up a 3rd straight week; natural gas unchanged
Santo Domingo. – For the third straight week fuel prices will climb, except natural gas which remains unchanged.
From February 21 to 27, premium gasoline will cost RD$204.00 and regular will cost RD$181.60, or RD$3.30 per gallon higher on both.
Premium diesel will cost RD$165.90, regular diesel cost RD $ 157.80, or RD$2.60 more on both; optimum diesel will cost RD$176.10, or RD$3.50 higher, while avtur will cost RD$110.80, or RD$ 2.30 per gallon.
Kerosene will cost RD$145.00, an increase of RD $2.50; fuel oil will cost RD$97.08 an increase of RD$2.31 per gallon; propane gas will cost RD$ 88.20, an increase of RD$1.60 per gallon, while natural gas remains at RD$31.44 per cubic meter.
The Central Bank’s posted average exchange rate of RD$44.94 per dollar was used to calculate fuel prices.