The weighted average rate for the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic (BanCentral) was RD$55.16. This week’s subsidy implies an investment for the State of 1,160 million pesos.
The average price of WTI on Wednesday was US$105.12 per barrel for a reduction of 6.5% compared to the previous week.
In that sense, the Premium Gasoline will remain at RD$293.60 and the Regular Gasoline continues at RD$274.50.
Meanwhile, the Regular Diesel will continue at RD$221.60 and the Optimum Diesel will continue at RD$241.10 per gallon.
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He too Fuel Oil will be quoted at RD$192.11 per gallon and the Fuel Oil 1% at RD$211.77.
However, for that same week there will be a variation of up to 12.70 pesos in the price of kerosene and RD$12.38 in the Avtur.
Oil production in Libya It fell to 500,000 barrels per day, from the 1.2 million it produced per day in recent years. Due to the recent closures of wells and ports that have caused losses of 50 million a day. The Libyan minister of Oil and Gas, Mohammed Aoun.
Political instability reached this week the oil industry when tribal pressures prevented workers from accessing several terminals. And they were forced to interrupt production, to demand from the Government of National Unity (GUN)in Tripoli, to cede power to the parallel Executive appointed by the Parliament of Tobruk.
The National Petroleum Company (NOCfor its acronym in English) announced the closure of several oil fields, including the main one in the country, the sharara. In addition to the suspension of exports in three ports, one in the west and two in the eastern part of the country.