It’s that time again – fuel prices are confirmed for August 2019. And they’ve gone up marginally.
The UAE Ministry of Energy tells us what we’ll pay to fill our cars up, with the new costs set to come into force from 1st August.
Here’s what fuel’s going to cost from next month, including VAT:
- Super 98 petrol will be AED 2.37, from AED 2.30 per litre
- Special 95 petrol = AED 2.26, compared to AED 2.18 a litre in July
- A litre of diesel hits AED 2.42 – it was AED 2.35 per litre
— ENOC (@ENOC) July 30, 2019
Here’s a smart way to save money in the filling station – download this Adnoc app and you’ll get free assisted refuelling at its stations between 11am-5pm in July and August.