The value of the Kingdom’s imports of crude oil, its derivatives, and mineral oils in January and February 2023 amounted to approximately JD486 million, compared to the same period of last year, which was estimated at JD479 million, Department of Statistics (DoS) announced. The increase rate in the oil bill in the first two months of this year amounted to about 1.4 per cent, according to DoS monthly report on Jordan’s foreign trade released Wednesday. Fuel and mineral oils topped the Kingdom’s imports of oil derivatives in the first two months of 2023, reaching about JD189 million, followed by petroleum spirits “gasoline” which amounted to about JD118 million. The Kingdom’s imports of crude oil “petroleum” amounted to about JD89 million , and diesel “solar” amounted to about JD84 million, in addition to lubricating oils which amounted to about JD6 million.

Source: Jordan News Agency