Gas prices could go up in Haiti soon, or gas companies say they wont be able to supply gas to consumers

Haitian importers of petroleum products (gasoline, diesel and kerosene) announced in a letter to the Minister of Economy and Finance, dated May 29, 2019, that their oil companies will soon no longer be able to supply Haiti with these products.

Motorcycles line up at a Gas Station in Central Haiti
Motorcycles line up at a Gas Station in Central Haiti

The letter said "oil companies will soon be unable to ensure fuel supply in Haiti" partly because their financial situation of these oil companies has worsened "due to the increase in the price of oil on the international market and the continued depreciation of the Haitian currency."

The 4 companies who signed this letter are: Kimazou SA, Bandari Haiti, Dinasa, Sol and CApInvest.

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