â€‹The Electrical and Mechanical Services Department today (September 22) announced an adjustment to the auto-LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) ceiling prices for dedicated LPG filling stations from October 1 to October 31, 2022, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the contracts of the dedicated LPG filling stations.
A department spokesman said that the adjustment on October 1, 2022, reflects the movement of the LPG international price in September 2022. The adjusted auto-LPG ceiling prices for dedicated LPG filling stations will range from $3.88 to $4.46 per litre, representing a decrease of $0.12 per litre.
The spokesman said that the auto-LPG ceiling prices were adjusted according to a specified pricing formula. The formula comprises two elements – the LPG international price and the LPG operating price. The LPG international price is the LPG international price of the preceding month. The LPG operating price is adjusted on the first day of February every year according to the movement in the Composite Consumer Price Index in the previous year.
The auto-LPG ceiling prices for respective dedicated LPG filling stations in October 2022 are as follows:
LPG Filling Station
|Fung Yip Street, Chai Wan||4.46||4.58|
|Ngo Cheung Road, West Kowloon||4.46||4.58|
|Sham Mong Road, Mei Foo||4.11||4.23|
|Yip Wong Road, Tuen Mun||4.11||4.23|
|Marsh Road, Wan Chai||4.10||4.22|
|Fung Mat Road, Sheung Wan||4.03||4.15|
|Wai Lok Street, Kwun Tong||4.03||4.15|
|Yuen Chau Tsai, Tai Po||4.03||4.15|
|Cheung Yip Street, Kowloon Bay||4.08||4.20|
|Kwai On Road, Kwai Chung||4.08||4.20|
|Hang Yiu Street, Ma On Shan||3.88||4.00|
|Tak Yip Street, Yuen Long||3.88||4.00|
The spokesman said that the details of the LPG international price and the auto-LPG ceiling price of each dedicated LPG filling station have been uploaded to the department website www.emsd.gov.hk. They are also posted at dedicated LPG filling stations to enable the trades to monitor the price adjustment.
Details of the pricing adjustment mechanism for dedicated LPG filling stations can also be viewed under the "What's New" section of the department website at www.emsd.gov.hk/en/what_s_new/current/index.html.
The dedicated LPG filling stations at Fung Mat Road in Sheung Wan, Kwai On Road in Kwai Chung and Cheung Yip Street in Kowloon Bay are closed for renovation. For details, please refer to the announcement in the webpage of the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department.
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