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Costa Rica seeks to boost electric, hybrid cars

Costa Rica leads the world in green energy, but lags on vehicle pollution. A bill under discussion in the legislature seeks to change that.

Gas prices in Costa Rica to remain unchanged through 2015

Despite a spike in international fuel prices in the past two weeks, prices of gas and diesel in Costa Rica will remain stable for the rest of the year, the Public Services Regulatory Authority (ARESEP) confirmed this week.

Regulatory Authority updates formula for calculating fuel prices

Costa Rica's Public Services Regulatory Authority (ARESEP) will now take into account the actual amount paid for oil by the Costa Rican Oil Refinery (RECOPE) when calculating the price of fuel at the pump, rather than relying on reference prices for international oil.

Fuel prices in Costa Rica to decrease on Thursday

Per-liter prices of fuel on average will be 6.13 percent cheaper following the Public Services Regulatory Authority's latest price-setting decree.

Gas prices to drop in August

A ₡4.74 decrease in per liter prices of Diesel, Super and Plus gasoline is intended to return to the public $2 million spent improperly by RECOPE.

Gas prices could rise in Costa Rica following request from state oil refinery

If approved by the Public Services Regulatory Authority the price hike will be the fourth consecutive rise this year.

State-owned oil refinery forced to return improperly spent funds through new cut in fuel prices

The Public Services Regulatory Authority found that the state-owned oil refinery improperly used public funds to pay for expenses like airline tickets and professional services at the refinery expansion project in Limón.

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