Ministry of Energy: Global oil prices climb in July's second week | Business | Ammon News


Ministry of Energy: Global oil prices climb in July's second week


[7/15/2019 3:16:20 PM]

AMMONNEWS - Prices of international oil derivatives during the second week of July increased compared to their prices in the first week of the month, according to a report by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources on Monday.

The report stated that the price of gasoline octane 95 rose 5.1 percent to be $646.8 per ton from $615.6 per ton, while gasoline octane 90 rose by 4.2 percent to $621 per ton from $595.8 per ton, the report added.

Diesel prices also rose 2.7 per cent to be $590.8 per ton and kerosene by 2.5 per cent to be $631 per ton.

"Brent crude price also climbed in the second week of this month by 3.6 percent, becoming $66.1 per barrel," the report added further.

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) for July stood at $360 per ton, a drop of 14.8 percent drop from June.

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