International oil derivatives prices drop in 3rd week of November

[22-11-2021 01:36 PM]

Ammon News - Prices of oil derivatives in international markets dropped in the third week of November, according to data released on Monday by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources.

The 90-octane gasoline prices dropped by 3.7%, going from $813.1 per ton in the second week to $783 per ton, while 95-octane gasoline went from $842.5 to $807.9 at a percentage of 4.1, the data showed.

Diesel prices also declined by 4.1% from $707.9 per ton to $678.7 per ton, while the prices of kerosene dropped by 4.4% from $737.3 per ton to $704.8 along with fuel oil going from $451 per ton to $448.8 per ton, at a percentage of 0.5.

Meanwhile, prices of liquefied gas rose in November by 5.5% to $840 per ton, compared to the same period of last year with $704.8.

Benchmark Brent crude prices went down to $81.7 per barrel on the third week of this month, compared to the $83.7 of the second week.

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