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Solís favors change in methodology to calculate fuel prices

At a press conference following his weekly Cabinet meeting on Tuesday, President Luis Guillermo Solís said he would request a review of the methodology used for calculating fuel prices with the aim of lowering costs for consumers.

Gas prices go up this week

Per-liter prices of super and plus gasoline will increase this week by ₡17 and ₡29, respectively, following approval last Friday of a hike by the Public Services Regulatory Authority.

Laura Chinchilla’s environmental report card

A comprehensive Tico Times analysis of the environmental successes and failures by the outgoing National Liberation Party administration of Laura Chinchilla. The first part in a two part series about the future of the environment in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica regulatory authority approves more increases in fuel prices

Motorists will pay an additional ₡25-45 in per-liter prices of fuel after the Public Services Regulatory Authority on Wednesday approved a hike request filed last month by the National Oil Refinery.

April kicks off with more talk of utilities rate hikes

The start of the month of April on Tuesday will bring with it an increase in electricity rates recently approved by the Public Services Regulatory Authority (ARESEP). The agency on Monday also said they are reviewing requests for more hikes on the per-liter price of fuel.

Fuel, public transportation likely to see a hike in prices in coming weeks

Two hikes in the per-liter price of fuel could hit drivers' pocketbooks this month, and taking a bus or a taxi won't help save much money, as those rates are set to increase as well.

Regulatory agency approves decrease in fuel prices

The per liter price of diesel will increase by ₡15.

Fuel prices could drop in August

Little variation in international prices of oil could benefit Costa Rican drivers.

Regulatory authority admits error in fuel price calculation, costs go up again

The per-liter price of fuel will increase by ₡9, after decreasing last week.

Fuel prices to drop at midnight on Saturday

The Public Services Regulatory Authority rejects a request by fuel distributors to boost their profit margins.

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