Thursday 30 November 2023

Cheerful December, Pertamax Prices Drop Again


Pertamax prices have fallen again at Pertamina gas stations. Starting December 1 2023, fuel with RON 92 will be sold for IDR 13,350 from previously IDR 13,400 per liter.

Corporate Secretary of Pertamina Patra Niaga, Irto Ginting, said that the price of Pertamax drops to adjust to price fluctuations every month, specifically in the period from the 25th to the 24th of the previous month.

“Because of these fluctuations, Pertamina Patra Niaga has again adjusted the selling prices of the Pertamax Series and Dex Series. “Because the trend is decreasing, the selling price of Pertamina’s non-subsidized fuel products will decrease again effective December 1 2023, after previously also decreasing last November,” said Irto.

The following is a list of Pertamina fuel prices in Jakarta as of December 1:

The price of Pertamax in DKI Jakarta is IDR 13,350 per liter, down from IDR 13,400 per liter. The price of Pertamax Green 95 is IDR 14,900 per liter from the previous IDR 15,000 per liter. Price Pertamax Turbo becomes IDR 15,350 per liter from the previous IDR 15,500 per liter. Dexlite also reduces the price to IDR 15,550 per liter from the previous IDR 16,950 per liter. Pertamina Dex becomes IDR 16,200 per liter from IDR 17,750 per liter in November 2023. This price is valid for provinces with a motor vehicle fuel tax (PBBKB) of 5 percent, such as in the DKI Jakarta area.

This new price determination is in accordance with the price determination formula which refers to the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Decree No. 245.K/MG.01/MEM.M/2022 concerning the formulation of prices for JBU or non-subsidized fuel.

“In accordance with the fluctuation trend in MOPS or Argus world oil prices and referring to the price formulation in accordance with this Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Decree, periodic changes in non-subsidized fuel prices will always occur. Our commitment is to ensure that Pertamina’s non-subsidized fuel prices are competitive and transparent for consumers. “People have become accustomed to regular adjustments to non-subsidized fuel prices,” said Irto.

Irto added, as a State-Owned Enterprise (BUMN), Pertamina Patra Niaga will always maintain competitive and affordable fuel prices for people in remote areas of the country, not just in big cities.

“This is a form of distribution and supply of fuel based on the principles of Availability, Accessibility, Affordability, Acceptability and Sustainability, how we set competitive prices for the community while ensuring distribution to remote areas can still be carried out optimally,” said Irto.

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