The St. Vincent Electricity Services Limited, (VINLEC) is reporting another record low fuel surcharge rate for the month of February. A release from VINLEC says customers are continuing to benefit from falling oil prices on the world market. It says the company is recording a Fuel Surcharge Rate in the amount of 18.48 cents per… Continue Reading →
Customers of St. Vincent Electricity Services Limited will see decrease in the Fuel Surcharge Rate applicable on electricity bills for the month of May. This rate applicable on the May bill is 32.24 cents per unit, a decrease of 2.23 cents from last month’s figure, which was 34.47 cents per unit. Customers are reminded that… Continue Reading →
The Hugo Chavez National Fuel Storage Facility which was constructed at a cost of 31.6-million US dollars, was officially commissioned here yesterday. The facility located at Lowmans Bay, is said to be the third most expensive capital project in the history of this country. Construction of the facility began in 2007 and was funded under… Continue Reading →
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves will deliver the feature address today at a ceremony to mark the completion of physical work at the Lowmans Bay Fuel Storage and Distribution Facility. The Fuel Storage Facility is a joint venture between the Government of Venezuela and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. This initiative falls under the petro… Continue Reading →
A ceremony to mark the completion of physical works at the Lowmans Bay Fuel Storage and Distribution Facility will be held next week Tuesday. The Fuel Storage Facility is a joint venture between the Government of Venezuela and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. This initiative falls under the petro Caribe Agreement with a value of… Continue Reading →
The St. Vincent Electricity Services Limited has announced a further reduction in the Fuel Surcharge Rate applicable on electricity bills for the month of March. Communications Officer Tamara Jobe-Sprott says the Fuel Surcharge Rate is 28.63 cents per unit. She says this is as a result of the decrease in the price of fuel on… Continue Reading →
Motorists in St. Vincent and the Grenadines will pay less for gasoline and diesel from Monday. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves announced the reductions in fuel prices during his Radio Program “Ask The Prime Minister” last night. The Prime Minister also disclosed that there will be a reduction in the price of Cooking Gas.