Economy January 25, 2019 | 12:55 pm

Fuels rise a third straight week, except natural gas

Santo Domingo.- The Industry and Commerce Ministry on Friday posted the fuel prices for the week from January 26 to February 1, when premium gasoline will rise RD$2.50 to RD$214.40 per gallon, and regular gasoline will cost RD$197.40, or RD$2.10 more.

Regular diesel will cost RD$172.40, or RD$2.80 more and premium diesel will cost RD$184.10 will, an increase of RD$3.20.

Avtur will cost RD$135.50 per gallon, up RD$2.00; kerosene will cost RD$162.00, a RD$2.20 increase, and fuel oil will cost RD$112.95, an increase of RD$2.20.

Propane gas (LPG) will cost RD$105.50 per gallon, or RD$0.70 more and natural gas remains at RD$28.97 per cubic meter.

The Central Bank’s posted average exchange rate of RD$50.44 per dollar was used to calculate all fuel prices.

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