A statement released in Accra said GOIL’s Super XP has been reduced by six pesewas per litre while Diesel XP goes down by four pesewas per litre effective today Thursday, 16th of March 2017.
The statement said the reduction is to reflect on the downward trend of petroleum prices on the international market and importantly, to keep faith with the consuming public.
GOIL, the statement added, is entreating the consuming public, especially transport partners, to take advantage and patronize GOIL products at all service stations nation-wide.
GOIL assures consumers it will continue to be a benchmark for competitive fuel prices in the industry.
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