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PetroJam Warns Of Potential Fuel Price Increase Due To Storm Impact | RJR News - Jamaican News Online
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PetroJam warns of potential fuel price increase due to storm impact

General Manager at PetroJamTelroy Morgan

State-owned oil refinery PetroJam says fuel prices may go up as a result of storm systems such as Hurricane Beryl.

General Manager at PetroJam Telroy Morgan says reduced production time at oil production facilities can cause prices to go up in the market.

Jamaica uses the US Gulf reference price.

Last week, US oil and finished product prices were elevated due to concern that Hurricane Beryl would hit the Gulf of Mexico.

Those fears were later tempered as the storm avoided most oil fields.

The Gulf of Mexico produces approximately 1.8 million barrels of oil per day, accounting for about 15-17 per cent of total U.S. crude oil production.

Mr Morgan says much of the price movement factors are out of PetroJam's control.

As for what motorists will pay at the pumps, the PetroJam price smoothing mechanism only allows for an increase in prices of up to $4.50 in any given week.



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