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UAE Fuel Prices Are Going Up Again In September

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We have good news and bad news. The bad news is that UAE fuel prices are going up again in September. The good news is that you’ll barely notice.

We have good news and bad news. The bad news is that UAE fuel prices are going up again in September. The good news is that you’ll barely notice the increase.

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Yep, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) just announced its fuel prices for September 2018. In the announcement, ENOC said that Special 95 and Super 98 will be going up by two fils per litre, while diesel will go up by a fil.

So now you’re looking at AED 2.59 per litre for Super 98 (up from AED 2.57 in August), and AED 2.48 per litre for Special 95 (up from AED 2.46 in August).

The new price for diesel will be AED 2.64 per litre, up from AED 2.63 in August, but still cheaper than the AED 2.66 it was in July.

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Indeed, fuel prices have remained relatively flat over the summer months, after dropping from an all-time high in June. And it’s unlikely you’ll notice much of a difference between August and September when it comes to filling up your car.

In fact, if you’ve got a car with a 70-litre fuel tank and runs on Special 95, it’ll only be AED 1.40 more expensive to fill up in September than it was in August.

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