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Jordan, July 13, 2020
Jordan’s oil bill drops by %30.8 in Q1 of 2020

Amman, July 12 (Petra) -- Jordan’s oil imports went down by 30.8 percent to JD531 million in the first 4 months of 2020, compared to JD767 million in the same period of last year, official data showed Sunday.

According to a monthly report from the Department of Statistics (DoS), the crude oil topped the Kingdom's imports of oil derivatives with JD254 million, followed by JD105 million worth of diesel, JD7 million of lubricating oils, JD94 million of oil gases, JD71 million of gasoline, and JD132 million of natural gas.