Following the publication of an article in the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian on Sunday 07 March 2021 with details obtained from an interview with Senator the Honourable Franklin Khan, Minister of Energy and Energy Industries, as well as other related newspaper articles and comments circulating on social media, the Ministry of Energy and Energy Industries (MEEI) wishes to advise that based on proposals from stakeholders in the industry, technocrats from the MEEI made a recommendation to the Government to consider the option of phasing out the use of Super Gasoline. The current decision of the Government is that it has no intention to phase out Super Gasoline with preference to Premium Gasoline on the local liquid fuels market. Therefore, Super Gasoline will continue to be available to the motoring public.
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