In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 05th, October, 2020

Petrol Value Might Drop This Month

Petrol Price May Drop This Month


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The pump worth of petrol could cut back marginally this month, going by the autumn in world crude oil costs, oil entrepreneurs mentioned on Sunday.

Based on them, since the price of petrol has been largely decided by the value of crude oil, the current marginal plunge in crude oil value might result in a drop in petrol worth in Nigeria.

Findings confirmed that Brent, the worldwide benchmark towards which Nigeria’s crude is priced, dropped in worth by $1.66 or four.06 per cent as at 13.20pm Central Customary Time.

The commodity (Brent) traded at $39.27 per barrel on the identical time, whereas the price of crude within the OPEC Basket was put at $39.94 per barrel.

Crude oil in OPEC basket dipped by $1.77 compared with what it traded on the previous day.

Chatting with PUNCH in Abuja on Sunday night time, the Nationwide President, Petroleum Merchandise Retail Shops Homeowners Affiliation of Nigeria, Billy Gillis-Harry, mentioned the prediction of entrepreneurs was that petrol worth might dip in October.

He, nonetheless, mentioned that oil entrepreneurs, notably members of PETROAN, would proceed to name for an enlarged stakeholders assembly in figuring out the value of petrol throughout the nation.

Gillis-Harry mentioned, “We are going to proceed to insist that the arm-chair sample of fixing costs just isn’t appropriate. You noticed the confusion it prompted the final time. We’re going to have a gathering with them (authorities) that can contain all of the stakeholders.

“So, hopefully by then we must always be capable of have correct info to present to you on the most recent in worth.

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“Nevertheless, based mostly on the slide in crude oil costs, there may be the suspicion that petrol worth could come down.”

The Petroleum Merchandise Pricing Regulatory Company commenced the deregulation of the downstream oil sector in March.

Though it supplied petrol worth bands in some months after March 2020, the PPPRA ultimately stopped issuing worth bands, because it defined that the downstream sector had been totally deregulated.

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