Fuel sales fell in January

Gas stationGas station. Photo Norway Today Media

Total sales of petroleum products in Norway in January ended at 560 million liters. This represents a decrease of 7 percent from the same period last year.

Figures from Statistics Norway, show.

224 million liters of auto diesel was sold in January this year, a decrease of 15 million liters compared to January 2019. Sales of civilian diesel also went down by 15 million liters, to 68 million liters.

Gasoline sales went down 3 million liters to 73 million liters.

The average price for unleaded 95 octane gasoline was NOK 15.92 in January. The price of diesel was NOK 15.40 during the same period.

On January 6, the price of petrol and diesel in Norway was at a record high. The reason was the killing of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani, by the US, three days before.

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