Fuel Prices Jamaica
Part of: GIZ International Fuel Price database
Also see: Jamaica Energy Situation
Fuel Pricing Policies
"Pricing policy: Although petroleum product prices are deregulated in Jamaica, ex-refinery prices continue to be set based on import parity prices. The current pricing mechanism is being administered by Petrojam, which is government-owned. Government in Apr 2011 reduced ad valorem tax on fuel, reinstituted in Jan 2010, from 15% to 10% on a temporary basis, and said that it would be reviewed quarterly.
Information: Petrojam posts historical and current ex-refinery prices, inclusive of taxes, on its Web site. Distribution margins are added to the posted prices, and retail prices can be quite a bit higher."
(Source: Kojima, Masami. (2013, forthcoming). “Petroleum product pricing and complementary policies:Experience of 65 developing countries since 2009.” Washington DC: World Bank.)
Fuel Prices and Trends
|Gasoline 95 Octane||Diesel|
|in Local Currency||
* benchmark lines: green=US price; grey=price in Spain; red=price of Crude Oil
Fuel Price Composition
Price composition for one litre of Gasoline 90 Octane as of 2010/10/28.
At a Glance
Sources to the Public
|Type of Information||Web-Link / Source|
|Pump prices and margins||http://www.men.gov.jm/oil_prices.htm|
Please find more information on GIZ International Fuel Price Database and http://www.giz.de/fuelprices