The gas price reduction holiday is over for some, and on Saturday July 14, 95 octane will cost more at the pumps, but diesel will be hit harder.
The price of a gallon of low sulfur diesel will increaseby 11 cents and 95 octane gasoline will increase by three cents. 91 octane petrol will decrease one cent.
The new fuel prices will remain in place until Friday, July 27. The new price of a gallon of low sulfur diesel will be $ 3.51. A gallon of 95 octane will be $4.08 and 91 octane $3.62.