Oil derivatives increase worldwide: energy ministry


[23-08-2022 10:22 AM]

Ammon News - The prices of oil derivatives in international markets increased in the third week of August, compared to the average prices in the second week.

According to data published on Monday by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, octane 90 gasoline was sold at $907.2 per ton in the third week of August, compared to its average price in the second week, which amounted to $903.1, recording a 0.5 per cent increase.

The price of octane 95 gasoline was sold at $946.6 per ton in the reporting period, compared to $938.2 recorded in the second week, a 0.9 per cent increase, while the price of diesel rose from $959.7 per ton to $1,009, an increase of 5.1 per cent. The price of kerosene rose from $1027.8 per ton to USD1079.2 per ton, a 5 per cent increase.

The price of fuel oil decreased from USD489.1 per ton to USD479.2, a decrease of 2 per cent. The price of liquefied petroleum gas decreased in August to USD662.5 per ton compared to its USD725 in July, an 8.6 per cent decrease.




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