Mr. Patrick Tieku, Chief Executive Officer of Star Oil

Star Oil Ghana, the second leading indigenous oil marketing company in the Republic of Ghana, has commended GOIL, the leading OMC, for introducing Super XP Ron 91 to give customers affordable fuel options.

In a post on Facebook and sighted by, Star Oil said it has always promoted Ron 91 as the recommended gasoline (petrol) for the majority of vehicles in Ghana, in both its economy and performance ‘and we are excited that GOIL has finally decided to provide this option at its stations across the country,” Star Oil’s Facebook post read.

Star Oil described GOIL’s decision as a worthy move that would help many Ghanaians avoid spending more on any grade of fuel without extra benefits.

“Good move, Team GOIL. Congratulations once again,” the post concluded.

It would be recalled that on Saturday, May 5, this year, GOIL announced the introduction of Super XP Ron 91 across its 400 stations in the West African nation.

A litre of Super XP Ron 91 is being sold at Gh¢14.40, a bit lower compared to the same product being sold by GOIL’s competitors.

With the introduction of the Super XP Ron 91, which is one of the high-quality and affordable fuel commodities, GOIL has now offered three products at its service stations, namely Super XP Ron 91, Super XP Ron 95 and Diesel XP.

The Super XP Ron 95 is now a premium fuel and consumers can choose from either Super XP Ron 95 or Ron 91 depending on their income level.