Oman | Fuel Prices March 2019 announced

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Oman | Fuel prices announced for March 2019


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The latest price changes for fuel/petrol/gasoline prices have been announced for Oman, March 2019.
MUSCAT: Fuel prices for the month of March 2019 shall officially remain unchanged.
According to sources, M91 is priced at 198 baisas per litre, while the price of M95 is 209 baisas per litre. Diesel will continue to be priced at 238 baisas per litre.

M91 is 91 Octane gasoline and M95 us 95 Octane gasoline.

Note for tourists: there are 1’000 baisas to one Omani Rial.  One litre of fuel is approximately $0.50c USD.




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