Jordan’s oil bill rises to JD1.6 billion in 2021

[26-01-2022 04:51 PM]

Ammon News - Jordan’s oil bill went up by 34.8 percent in the January-November period of 2021, reaching JD1.598 billion compared to JD1.185 billion in the same period of 2020, recent figures showed.

According to data released by the Department of Statistics (DoS) on Wednesday, crude oil topped the list of Jordan's fuel imports at JD678 million, followed by gasoline at JD388 million, then diesel at JD336 million, while the Kingdom's imports of petroleum gases amounted to JD158 million, lubricants at JD25 million, and kerosene is at about JD10 million, the DoS figures showed.

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