For the first time in five months, gasoline prices for August will be coming down on Thursday at midnight by 4.71 percent on cooling global oil prices. As of midnight on Thursday to Friday, the price for self-service 95 octane gasoline will drop 33 agorot to NIS 6.67 per liter, the National Infrastructures Ministry announced Wednesday. Self-service refueling for 96 octane gasoline will cost NIS 6.68 per liter. The service fee for full-service remains unchanged at NIS 0.12 per liter. This month global oil prices dropped to $122 per barrel from a peak of $147. In July, gasoline prices soared by an average of 4% to a record of NIS 7 per liter for self-service 95 octane gasoline, causing a public uproar, especially among taxi and truck drivers.