The UAE announces Petrol, diesel prices for for March 2024

In comparison to February rates, prices have risen by as much as sixteen fils per liter.

The UAE announced the retail fuel prices for March 2024, with increases of up to 16 fils per liter compared to February rates. These prices, sanctioned by the Ministry of Energy, are recalibrated monthly based on the average global oil price, with the operational expenses of distribution companies factored in.

The Fuel Prices Monitoring Committee raised gasoline prices for March by 15 to 16 fils per liter for both gasoline and diesel compared to February 2024. Effective March 1, the new rates are as follows:

  • Super 98 petrol: Dh3.03 (up 15 fils from Dh2.88 in February)
  • Special 95 petrol: Dh2.92 (up 16 fils from Dh2.76)
  • E-plus 91 petrol: Dh2.85 (up 16 fils from Dh2.69)

For drivers, the cost of filling a tank in February increased by Dh7.65 to Dh11.84, depending on the vehicle type. Here's a breakdown of the full tank costs for various vehicle categories:

Compact cars (average tank capacity: 51 liters):

  • Super 98 petrol: Dh154.53 (up from Dh146.88)
  • Special 95 petrol: Dh148.92 (up from Dh140.76)
  • E-plus 91 petrol: Dh145.35 (up from Dh137.19)

Sedans (average tank capacity: 62 liters):

  • Super 98 petrol: Dh187.86 (up from Dh178.56)
  • Special 95 petrol: Dh181.04 (up from Dh171.12)
  • E-plus 91 petrol: Dh176.70 (up from Dh166.78)

SUVs (average tank capacity: 74 liters):

  • Super 98 petrol: Dh224.22 (up from Dh213.12)
  • Special 95 petrol: Dh216.08 (up from Dh204.24)
  • E-plus 91 petrol: Dh210.90 (up from Dh199.06)

These adjustments reflect the ongoing dynamics in global oil prices and the associated operational costs, influencing the monthly revisions in fuel prices in the UAE.

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