Government decreases fuel prices for November

31-10-2019 02:40 PM

Ammon News - AMMONNEWS - Fuel Pricing Committee in the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources decided today to decrease fuel prices for next month.

During its regular meeting, the Committee reviewed the prices of international oil derivatives and Brent crude during October and compared them to the prices last September, where a decrease was noticed.

The prices of 90-octane gasoline will be decrease by 5 fils, to JD 765 fils per litre instead of 770 fils, while the prices of 95-octane gasoline remained unchanged at 1005 fils per litre.

Diesel and kerosene prices will by 10 fils to 595 fils per litre instead of 605 fils per litre.

The committee decided to keep gas cylinder prices unchanged at JD 7.

Brent crude prices have dropped from JD44.5961 ($62.9) a barrel in September to JD 42.3273 ($59.7) in October.

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