Some relief in gasoline prices might be coming soon

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August 7th, 2014 (InsideCostaRica.com) The price of both super and regular gasoline could drop by as much as ¢30 per liter in September, according to the Costa Rican Oil Refinery (RECOPE).

 

RECOPE announced that it made the request for the price reduction to regulator ARESEP this week.  While ARESEP is ultimately responsible for setting prices, the regulator bases its decision in large part on the recommendations of RECOPE.

 

RECOPE said the move comes after a reduction in the price of gasoline on the international market.

 

ARESEP’s decision on the reduction is expected tomorrow.

 

If approved, super gasoline will drop in price from ¢810/liter to ¢780, and regular will drop from ¢782/liter to ¢752.

 

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  • Upset with goverment of CR

    September is far away from with the mess in the middle east and Ukraine lots can change. Expect gas prices to get higher like England that is what new prez of CR wants. Get walking or a bike soon to be worse than anywhere in Central America.

  • Ken Morris

    I’m just suspicious enough to wonder if this move might be aimed at undercutting the Frente Amplio’s call to join Petrocaribe.

  • Michael Clarkson

    Is best not to have a car in this country, I just rent a car when I need to get out of town. Having a car here is a headache.