Jordan’s oil bill for 2021 rises by 43%

Amman Today

publish date 2022-02-27 18:27:46

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Jordan’s bill for crude oil and its derivatives increased by 43% during the past year.

The foreign trade data issued by the Department of Statistics, today, Sunday, indicated that the value of the oil bill amounted to about 1.836 billion dinars during the past year, compared with the year 2020, which amounted to about 1.283 billion dinars.

Crude oil accounted for the largest share of the Kingdom’s total imports of oil derivatives, reaching about 747 million dinars, followed by oil (gasoline) 452 million dinars, then diesel (solar) 390 million dinars, while the Kingdom’s imports of oil gases amounted to 208 million dinars. And lubricating oils 27 million and kerosene about 11 million dinars.

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