Energy Ministry: Global oil prices jump in second week of September

[9/16/2019 4:24:24 AM]

AMMONNEWS - The prices of oil and its derivatives in global markets have significantly pulled up in the second week of September, compared to the first week of the month, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources announced Monday.

The prices of 95-octane gasoline rose by 7.5 percent to $623.1 per ton, 90-octane gasoline by 6.2 percent to $581.9 per ton, kerosene by 3.5 percent to $614.4 per ton and diesel by 3.2 percent to $578.6.

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) stood at its average price in the first week of September with $357.7, while Brent crude oil jumped to $62.7 a barrel compared with $60.3 in the first week.

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