New Fuel Transportation Service Fee

The Honduran government approved the adjustment to the price of freight for the transport of fuel to the interior, which was set at $2.42 per kilometer, which corresponds to the cost per round trip.

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

The new tariff was made official by means of the Sen-026-2019 Agreement, which was issued by the authorities of the Secretariat of Energy and published last October 24.

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Laprensa.hn reports that "... the rate applicable to land freight will be 59.553087 lempiras ($2.42) per kilometer and must correspond to the cost per kilometer to and from the different localities of the country, taking as a base an 8,000-gallon fuel tank."

The article adds that "... In the area corresponding to the unloading and storage terminals of the different fuels derived from petroleum and in a perimeter of 30 kilometers maximum of round trip, a value of 0.24 cents of lempira per gallon is established."

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