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    Jordan's oil bill up by 22.9% over first 10 months 2021-DoS-

    January 3, 2022
    oil and gas

    Amman, Jan. 2 (Petra)-The Kingdom’s oil bill went up by 22.9% during the January-October period 2021, the Department of Statistics (DoS) announced on Sunday.

    According to the DoS monthly report, Jordan's oil bill stood at about JD1, 392 million by the end of October 2021, compared to the same 10- month period 2020, which amounted to JD1,133 million.

    Crude oil topped the list of Jordan's oil imports at JD608 million, followed by gasoline at JD337 million, then diesel at JD293 million, while the Kingdom's imports of petroleum gases amounted to JD129 million, lubricants at JD22 million, and kerosene is at about JD2 million, the DoS figures showed.


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