Oil derivatives prices drop during first week of October

Jordan

Published: 2019-10-07 11:14

Last Updated: 2019-10-07 12:34


Oil derivatives prices drop during first week of October
Oil derivatives prices drop during first week of October
Roya News Source

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources announced on Monday, October 7, 2019, that the prices of international oil derivatives have witnessed a slight decrease during the first week of October 2019.

Prices of 95-octane gasoline dropped by 1.8% from JD 452.626 ($ 638.4) per tonne to JD 444.401 ($626.8) per tonne, while the price of 90-octane gasoline decreased by 1.9% from JD 418.523 ($590.3) per tonne to JD 410.724 ($579.3).

Diesel prices decreased by 3.3% from JD 414.198 ($584.2) per tonne to JD 400.585 ($565) and kerosene prices also decreased by 3% from JD 443.054 ($624.9) per tonne to JD 429.867 ($606.3).

However, the prices of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) have increased by 1.2% from 253.609 ($357.7) to 305.792 ($431.3).

The price of Brent crude has fallen to 41.6183 ($58.7), compared to JD44.5961 ($62.9) in September.