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Nicaragua imports less fuel as consumption drops

Nicaragua paid a total of US$411.5 million in the first 5 months of this year for the purchase of 5.7 million barrels of crude oil and its derivatives, 3.95% lower compared to the same period of 2018 when the country paid US$428.4 million, according...

Costa Rica Continues With The Highest Gasoline Prices In The Region

Costa Rica continues with the highest gasoline prices in the region. Price per U.S. gallon of regular gasoline in Costa Rica is US$3.48, Nicaragua US$3.28, Honduras US$3.19, El Salvador US$2.81, Guatemala US$2.75 and Panama US$2.56. The increase in the reference prices for the current fortnight,...

Costa Rica Consuming More Fuel, RECOPE Reports Increase in Sales

Between the first half of 2017 and the same period this year, the state oil company, RECOPE, reported a 4% increase in sales. According to the most recent data from the institution, from January to June of 2018 sales ascended to 1.737 million liters of...

Gas Price Drop Approved

(QCOSTARICA) Don't fill up just yet, gasoline prices are coming down next week. On Friday the Autoridad Reguladora de los Servicios Públicos (ARESEP) approved a reduction in fuel prices of ¢24 colones for a litre of super; ¢22 for regular; and ¢5 for diesel. When the...

Costa Rica Continues With The Highest Gasoline Prices in Central America

  (QCOSTARICA) Costa Rica continues with the highest fuel prices in Central America. In a report by Centralamericandata.com, converting prices to per U.S. gallon, Panama has the lowest at US$3.22, while in Costa Rica US$4.50 (not taking into account the latest increase occurring last week). Variations...

Gas Price Hike On The Way This Week

(QCOSTARICA) Starting this week, the price of gasoline will jump ¢43 colones per litre of super, ¢35 for regular and ¢36 for diesel fuel. Thus, the new price of a litre of super gasoline will be ¢643 (from ¢600), regular ¢610 (from ¢575) and diesel...

Gasoline Price Drop Approved

QCOSTARICA - The Autoridad Reguladora de los Servicios Públicos (ARESEP) - regulatory agency for public prices and services - approved Monday a reduction in gasoline prices. The notice needs to be published in La Gaceta, the official government publication, possibly this week, to take effect. The...


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