Ghana Oil Company Limited,( GOIL) has kept the ex-pump prices of its Super and Diesel unchanged despite industry trends suggesting an upward adjustment.
Consequently GOIL fuel prices at the pumps at all its service stations remain the same.
The company explained that although international indicators point to an increase, the decision to maintain prices is in line with keeping faith with its loyal customers whose support contributed to GOIL winning the CIMG 2015 Petroleum Company of the year.
A statement signed by the Public Relations Manager of the company, Robert Kyere assured that GOIL will always provide competitive prices to its customers.
The statement was in reaction to an announcement by the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers (COPEC) Ghana that prices of fuel were reviewed upward between 3 and 11 percent.
Already, the National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has described the announcement by COPEC as false and misleading.
The Chief Executive Officer of the NPA, Moses Asaga told Citi Business News fuel prices have gone up by 4 percent.