Published: 2020-08-10 15:16
Last Updated: 2020-08-10 15:16
Oil prices rose slightly in the first week of August compared to July, according to the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources.
Gasoline Octane 90 reached a price of $381.30 per ton in August compared to $380.30 of the previous month – a percentage increase of 0.3%. Meanwhile the price of Gasoline Octane 95 fell from $397.90 per ton to $395.30 – a percentage decrease of 0.7%.
Furthermore, the price of diesel dropped by 1.6% from $370.90 per ton to $365.10. However, the price of Kerosene increased by 0.2% from $343.60 per ton to $344.20.
The price of fuel oil rose by 1.7% from $247.70 per ton in July to $251.80 per ton in the first week of August.
The price of liquefied petroleum gas increased to $350.00 per ton in August, compared to $345.00 per ton in July.
Additionally, the price of Brent crude rose from $43.40 per barrel in July to $44.70 per barrel in the first week of August