Nobody can stand it! From this Friday gasoline will rise again, while diesel will fall

As of 6:00 am this Friday, June 3, consumers in the cities of Panama and Colón will pay $0.026 to $0.008 per liter of gasoline, while those with diesel-powered cars will have a lower of the price.

The price of a liter of 95-octane gasoline rises $0.026 and a liter of 91-octane gasoline increases by $0.008, while the price of a liter of sulfur-free diesel falls by $0.076.

Drivers will pay $1,514 for a liter of 95-octane gasoline, $1,359 for a liter of 91-octane gasoline and $1,022 for a liter of diesel. The new maximum price will be in force from June 3 to 17.

In the previous 14 days, the National Secretary of Energy announced that the maximum sale price to consumers at liquid fuel service stations is $1,450 per liter of 95-octane, $1,337 for 91-octane gasoline and $1,226 for sulfur free diesel.

The price increase per gallon would be $0.10 for 95 octane gasoline, paying $5,488; 91 octane gasoline rises $0.03, remaining at $5,061 per gallon; while diesel registered a drop of $0.29, and its consumers will pay $4,640 for diesel

One gallon is equal to 3.785412 liters of fuel, so to do the conversion just take the price per liter and multiply by 3.7854.

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