Barbadians will be paying less for some petroleum products effective midnight, Sunday, February 6.
The price of gasoline remains unchanged at $3.99. Diesel will cost $3.29 a litre – a decrease of five cents. The cost of kerosene will increase by 15 cents and will now cost $1.58.
The adjusted price of the LPG 100-lb cylinder will be $153.71. The 25-pound cylinder will retail at $43.53; the 22-pound cylinder, $38.47, and 20-pound cylinder, $34.97.
The changes are in keeping with the retail prices of petroleum products on the international market.