Fuel Prices in Qatar and UAE Announced for September
Doha: Qatar Energy has recently revealed the fuel prices for September in Qatar, with rates remaining unchanged from the previous month. Premium petrol will continue to be priced at Rs 1.90 per litre, while super petrol will be available at 2.10 Saudis and diesel at 2.05. Notably, premium petrol and diesel prices are expected to remain steady throughout October 2022.
In parallel, the Fuel Price Determination Committee in the UAE has also disclosed the fuel prices for September. The committee has announced that Super 98 petrol will be priced at Dhs 3.42 per litre, representing an increase from 3.14 dirhams in August. Special 95 petrol will be available at 3.31 dirhams, rising from 3.02 dirhams the previous month. Similarly, the cost of E Plus 91 petrol will be Dhs 3.23 per litre, with diesel being sold at Dh3.40 per litre, up from Dh2.95 in August.
Since 2015, the UAE has aligned its petrol and diesel prices with the prevailing rates in the international oil market. To ensure this, a dedicated committee under the Ministry of Energy has been established.
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Doha: Fuel prices for September have been announced in Qatar. The same rate as in August will continue in September. This was announced by Qatar Energy. According to this, the premium petrol is Rs 1.90 per litre. The price of super petrol is 2.10 Saudis and diesel is 2.05. Premium petrol and diesel rates will remain the same from October 2022.
Meanwhile, fuel prices for September in the UAE have been announced. The new price was announced by the Fuel Price Determination Committee. The new price of Super 98 petrol is Dhs 3.42 per litre. It was 3.14 dirhams in August. The new price of Special 95 petrol is 3.31 dirhams from next month. It was 3.02 dirhams in August. The new price of E Plus 91 petrol is Dhs 3.23 per litre. It was 2.95 dirhams in August. The new price of diesel is Dh3.40 per litre. It was Dh2.95 in August.
Since 2015, the price of petrol and diesel in the UAE has been set in line with the price of oil in the international market. For this, a special committee under the Ministry of Energy also exists in the country.
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