Published: 2020-10-19 13:35
Last Updated: 2021-02-28 07:41
Gasoline prices have decreased globally during the second week of October compared to their average prices in the week before.
90-octane gasoline reached $ 383.3 per ton in the second week of October compared to $ 392.4 in the previous week, decreasing by 2.3%.
95-octane gasoline decreased from $ 408.1 per ton in week one of October to $ 395.4 per ton, decreasing by 3.1%.
On the other hand, diesel prices rose from $ 336.9 per ton to $ 338, increasing by 0.3% and kerosine prices increased from $ 330.7 per ton to US, rising by 0.7%.
Fuel oil prices recorded an increase in the second week of October as well, rising from $ 241.6 per ton to $ 256.1, with an increase of 6%.
Liquefied petroleum gas(LPG) prices in October remained at $ 378.8 per ton, although its price amounted to $ 317.6 in September.
The price of Brent crude increased to $ 41.1 per barrel, compared to USD 40.9 in the first week of October.