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GOIL reduces fuel prices below 5 cedis per litre

Managing Director of Goil Ghana, Mr. Patrick Akorli
Managing Director of Goil Ghana, Mr. Patrick Akorli
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Ghana Oil Company Ltd, GOIL,  has reduced fuel prices at all its retail outlets.

For now, Super XP is selling at   4.98 cedis per liter while Diesel XP is selling for 4.98 cedis per litre.

The reduction, which is in line with the drop in international Petroleum prices and relative stability of the Cedi takes effect from Sunday, December  2,  2018.

The reduction is also aimed at appreciating the patronage of Ghanaians which has resulted in the numerous awards and successes chalked this year.

GOIL for third year running was adjuged CIMG PETROLEUM COMPANY OF THE YEAR. GIPC’s Ghana Club 100 listings also ranked GOIL the Number 2 Company in Ghana, the ‘Third  Largest company’ and the ‘Second Best Listed Company’. GOIL also just won Ghana Energy Awards’ ‘Energy Company of the Year’

GOIL is the ‘benchmark for fuel Pricing in Ghana and we shall continue to play that critical role to ensure that Ghanaians get the best and most competitive prices, noted Head of Fuels Marketing, Marcus Deo Dake.

GOIL assures Ghanaians that it will continue to ensure the delivery of the highest quality of fuel and service  to  customers. To this end, the company has acquired a mobile Laboratory Van fully equipped  with Eraspec Analyzer  for checking fuel quality at all GOIL stations.

GOIL retail outlets are also equipped with Retail Price Automation Systems and Automatic Tank Gauging Systems to reduce human interventions and ensure effective monitoring of sales activities.

Customers who patronize GOIL products are therefore assured of value for money as it continues to reward them in its nationwide ” Efie ne Fie”j promotion.


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