As of now, the price you pay for liquid petroleum gas or LPG is five cents cheaper. While it is seen as a minuscule decrease, since April there has been a steady downturn. Love News spoke to the Controller of Supplies, Lennox Nicholson this morning about it.
The decreases since April were 70 cents per gallon cumulatively. Nicholson added that the unit monitors everything from invoices to brokerage costs to ensure that consumers can realise as much savings as possible.
And while the decreases have been generally steady, Nicholson explained that there may be an increase later in the year due to higher demand in the colder months.
The retail price in the cities and towns are at $1.39 per pound or $6.06 per gallon, while in the villages, it’s $1.41 per pound or $6.16 per gallon.