I Call On All Women to Come ‘Naked’ And Join The Demonstration In June Against Akufo-Addo
Arise Ghana, a pressure group today, Wednesday, May 25, 2022 staged a press conference to address the deploring living conditions under the Akufo-Addo led government. The press conference saw a number of political parties like the GCPP, CPP, PNC, NDC, Drivers Union, COPEC, University students, CSOs etc.
Ghanaians will smile in the next few days as Government is going to reduce fuel prices in April.
The head of COPEC Mr Benjamine Nsiah drops good news to Ghanaians on UTV when he was speaking on the Critical Issues today 19th March 2022. Mr Benjamin Nsiah made it clear that as far as fuel prices is concern, Ghanaians will smile very soon because the price is going to drop in the days ahead.
Today's fuel costs at the pump are somewhat lower.
Beginning on Wednesday, November 16, the cost of gasoline and diesel at the pump is anticipated to decrease by between 10 and 12 percent, according to projections made by the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC). The Chamber predicted that gasoline prices will likely drop from the current average cost of gh17.32 per liter to gh16.07 per liter in its estimates for the November 2022 Second Pricing Window.
There Is No Excuse To Continue Taking High Transport Fares - COPEC
The Executive Secretary of the Chamber Of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC), Mr Duncan Amoah, has appealed to commercial transport operators to reduce transport fares following the recent reduction in fuel prices. He said Ghanaians will be disappointed if the commercial transport operators refuse to reduce transport fares.
Bawumia Is This How Far You Have Brought Us? – Reactions After New Fuel Prices Drop On Social Media
Yesterday COPEC released a statement telling how fuel prices will be increased. In the statement released they cited the high prices of oil that has shot up as a result of the Ukraine Russia war. Well, today, Wednesday, March 16, 2022 some Fuel companies have made the new prices reflect on their stands.
Prices on fuel increases - Mr Samson Addai
Mr Samson Addai is the Director of Pricing and Research Department, Chamber of Petroleum Consumers Ghana(COPEC) has stated the petro and disel has increased by 5% and 7% respectively. He disclosed that, per the increment currently, petrol now sold at Gh¢11.59p per litre and disel Gh¢14.69p meaning gallon for petrol is Gh¢52.50p and disel Gh¢65.55p.
"Sad News As Commercial Drivers In Kumasi Cue To Buy Fuel And Causes Stir On The Internet - Photo
The economy of Ghana keeps sinking and the people are calling on the government to do something about it. Especially taxes and commodities which keep increasing everyday. Fuel price is another challenge the country is facing, according to the report from the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC) the price of fuel keeps going higher because of the war between Russia and Ukraine.
Not What We Discussed With The Government - COPEC Reveals Earlier Discussion On Fuel Pricing
Photo Credit: ghanaweb.com After the release of the fuel reduction amount by the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, a lot of individuals have shown disappointment. This hurt from individuals and organizations came as a shock due to the information given to them earlier. It was earlier identified that, the Finance Minister was in conversation with stakeholders on the measures to be used to harmonize the economic hazard in the country.
Fuel Prices Might Go Up Again-COPEC
Ghanaians were a little relieved after the recent interview granted Mr. Duncan Amoah, COPEC executive secretary on Prime Morning at Joy News, when he assured of prices of fuel dropping on Monday, 14th November 2022. He made mention of the data collected on forex over the week, making it possible to have a reduction in fuel prices.
The decision of the Energy Minister to keep the BOST margin is incorrect - COPEC
The Energy Minister's insistence on preserving the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Limited Company (BOST) margin as part of the increase in gasoline prices has been contested by the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC). The Minister stated at the BOST annual general meeting on Wednesday that the 9 pesewas BOST margin on petroleum products will remain in place due to the company's efficient use of the earnings.
Fuel prices to go down further from January 1st
The Chamber of Petroleum Consumers-Ghana predicts a slight decrease in the price of gasoline and diesel starting on January 1, 2023. COPEC in a statement noted that petrol is expected to be sold at a minimum price of GH¢9.30 per litre while diesel is expected to be sold between GH¢12.80 and GH¢15 per litre at various pumps.
Prices Of Fuel To Reduce From 14th November 2022- COPEC
Recent price surge of Fuel has taken a toil on Ghanaians. Many have parked their cars and resort to public transport system. Fares at various lorry stations are also nerve-racking. Many passengers are seen queued at various lorry parks. Today, the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC) announced a likely reduction of fuel prices by Monday, 14th November 2022.
Patrol & Diesel anticipated to decrease, while LPG expected to increase - COPEC
In the following pricing window, which starts on Wednesday, November 16, fuel users could experience a slight reprieve at the pumps. It is anticipated that Patrol and Diesel prices will decrease. However, it is anticipated that Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) will increase in price.
COPEC expects fuel prices to fall next week
Fuel prices are expected to drop on Monday, November 14, 2022, according to the Chamber of Petroleum Consumption (COPEC). Fuel prices, including diesel and gasoline, have increased recently. Diesel is currently on sale for over GH¢23, while petrol is around GH¢18.
Petroleum, diesel costs to go up hardly from May 1; LPG to drop by 2%
Petroleum, diesel costs to go up hardly from May 1; LPG to drop by 2% However peripheral, LPG costs are supposed to decline without precedent for months However minor, LPG costs are supposed to decline without precedent for months Petroleum and diesel costs are supposed to go up barely at the siphons in the main estimating window starting May 1 until May 15, this year.
10% Increase On Fuel Prices Starting October 16 - COPEC
The cost of petroleum products is expected to increase further starting Sunday, October 16. According to the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC), fuel prices in the country will soon see an average rise of 10% in both diesel and petrol. COPEC is estimating an average price increase of about 10.2%.
You Can't Keep On Establishing Your Processing Plant And Purchase From Unfamiliar Treatment Facility
The Office of Oil Purchasers Ghana (COPEC Ghana) has approached the government to find ways to resuscitate the Tema Petroleum Treatment facility and end the importation of fuel from European nations. Chief Secretary of the Chamber, Mr Duncan Amoah, talking on JoyNews' AM Show on Thursday, said it is inadmissible that the Tema Petroleum Processing plant (Pinnacle) has been inactive and the government keeps on purchasing fuel from an unfamiliar treatment facility.
Fuel prices to increase by 10% from October 16 – COPEC
From October 16, there will be a marked increase in petroleum products in the nation, according to the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC). The Chamber for Petroleum Consumers (COPEC) attributes this to a 3.66% increase in crude oil prices and a 4.08% decline in the cedi's value relative to the dollar.
Fuel prices may fall beginning August 1st, according to COPEC.
Costs of oil-based commodities might go down somewhere in the range of 3% to 6% from August 1, 2022. As indicated by the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC), the normal decrease will have been greater notwithstanding the devaluation of the cedi. The drop in fuel costs will be the second back-to-back since oil costs began falling on the world market.
COPEC, IES Project Increase In Petrol, Diesel and LPG Prices Please follow me.
Fuel costs are probably going to up before very long following a flood in costs of completed oil based goods and unrefined on the worldwide market, examiners have anticipated. In discrete examination of the May 2022 First Evaluating Window (May 1 to May 15, 2022), the Office of Petrol Shoppers (COPEC) and the Establishment for Energy Security (IES) extended that costs of petroleum, diesel and Melted Petrol Gas (LPG) would record a minimal increment on the neighborhood market this week.