Prices of oil derivatives were stable during the second week of June compared to the first week, according to data released on Monday by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources.
According to the data, the price of 95octane gasoline went up slightly from $563.6 per ton in the first week to $567.6 in the second week, an increase of 0.7 percent, while the price of 90octane gasoline picked up by 0.3 percent, going from $547 to $548.9 per ton.
Diesel prices fell by 0.4 percent going from $550.8 per ton to $548.6, while the prices of kerosene went up by 0.1 percent, from $583.8 to $584.1.
The prices of liquefied gas for June stood at $422.4 per ton.
In the second week of June, benchmark Brent crude prices went up by 0.3 percent, going from $63.2 to $63.4 per barrel.
Source: Jordan News Agency Petra