Kingdom's oil bill sees 0.4% decline in first quarter of 2023

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AMMAN — The Kingdom witnessed a marginal decrease of 0.4 percent in its oil bill during the first quarter of 2023, as reported by the Department of Statistics. اضافة اعلان

The monthly report published on Sunday revealed that the value of the Kingdom's imports of crude oil, its derivatives, and mineral oils amounted to JD758 million, slightly lower than the JD761 million recorded during the same period last year.

Import categories highlighted
According to the department's figures, which were carried by the Jordan News Agency, Petra, fuel and mineral oils accounted for the majority of the Kingdom's oil imports in the first four months of 2023.

The total value of these imports reached approximately JD250 million.

Gasoline followed closely at about JD172 million, while crude oil imports stood at about JD162 million. Diesel imports amounted to approximately JD164 million, while lubricants accounted for around JD10 million of the overall oil imports during this period.

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