Jordanians consumed more fuel in 2012 despite higher prices
- Jordan: Tuesday, February 05 - 2013 at 06:00
Jordan's Gas Stations Owners Association (GSOA) has said consumption of oil derivatives last year rose 6.5% year-on-year, despite an increase in fuel prices, Jordan Times has reported. Consumption of oil derivatives in 2012 amounted to 3.19 billion litres, compared with 2.99 billion litres in 2011, according to GSOA figures. In November last year, the government lifted fuel subsidies, with the decision leading to a 15% increase in the price of 90-octane gasoline and a 33% increase in prices of diesel and kerosene. Currently, fuel prices are changed on a monthly basis in accordance with changes on the international market.
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