As the calendar flips to September, UAE motorists are in for a revision of fuel prices that will affect their daily journeys. The UAE fuel price committee has announced the forthcoming petrol and diesel rates for the month of September 2023. These adjustments will come into effect on September 1, with the following changes:
- Super 98 Petrol: The cost per litre for Super 98 petrol will see an increase, reaching Dh3.42 compared to Dh3.14 in August.
- Special 95 Petrol: Motorists opting for Special 95 petrol will witness a change as well. The new rate stands at Dh3.31 per litre, compared to last month’s rate of Dh3.02.
- E-Plus 91 Petrol: E-Plus 91 petrol, another commonly used variant, will experience an adjustment, with the cost per litre set at Dh3.23. This is in contrast to the previous rate of Dh2.95 in August.
- Diesel: Diesel users will also observe a shift in pricing. The new cost for diesel stands at Dh3.40 per litre, reflecting an alteration from Dh2.95 in the previous month.
These changes in fuel prices are set to influence daily commutes and travel expenses for drivers across the UAE. As the cost of fuel evolves, motorists are encouraged to plan their journeys and budget accordingly.
The UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure has announced the petrol and diesel prices for the month of September 2023. The prices have remained unchanged from the previous month
The prices are set every month based on the average global price of oil. The UAE government has said that it will continue to subsidise petrol prices to ensure that they remain affordable for consumers.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- What are the petrol prices in UAE in September 2023?
- Super 98 petrol will cost AED Dh3.42 per litre, Special 95 petrol will cost AED 3.31 per litre, and E-Plus 91 petrol will cost AED 3.23 per litre. Diesel will cost AED 3.40 per litre.
- Why are the petrol and diesel prices in UAE unchanged in September 2023?
- The prices are set every month based on the average global price of oil. The average global price of oil has remained relatively stable in September 2023.
- Is the UAE government subsidising petrol prices?
- Yes, the UAE government subsidises petrol prices to keep them affordable for consumers.
- Is the UAE facing rising inflation?
- Yes, the UAE is facing rising inflation, which is being driven by a number of factors, including the war in Ukraine and global supply chain disruptions.
- What measures is the UAE government taking to mitigate the impact of rising inflation?
- The UAE government is taking measures to mitigate the impact of rising inflation, such as providing subsidies for essential goods and services.
- Are the rising petrol and diesel prices likely to add to the inflationary pressures in the UAE?
- Yes, the rising petrol and diesel prices are likely to add to the inflationary pressures in the UAE.