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Fuel prices drop by up to 24 fils per litre for July


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The Fuel Price Follow-up Committee at the Ministry of Energy and Industry approved the fuel and diesel prices for July including the value added tax from Monday, July 1.

Fuel prices dropped by up to 24 fils per litre of Special 95 compared to June prices.

The price of Super 98 is to drop from Dhs2.53 per litre currently to Dhs2.30 for July, down by 23 fils, while the price of Special 95 is to drop to Dhs2.18 per litre for July, down from Dhs2.42 in June. The price of E-Plus 91 is scheduled to drop by 21 fils per litre to Dhs2.11 for July, down from Dhs2.32 in June.

Diesel prices are to drop by only 18 fils per litre from Dhs2.53 in June to Dhs2.35 for July.

DoE workshop

 The Abu Dhabi Department of Energy (DoE) – the government entity in charge of ensuring the energy sector’s excellence and sustainability in the emirate – held an awareness workshop covering the major initiatives and the newly introduced amendments to the Incident Reporting Regulations.

Attended by representatives from 72 entities active within the Abu Dhabi energy sector over the course of two days (June 26-27, 2019), the workshop sought to introduce attendees to the MoU signed between DoE and Abu Dhabi Civil Defense, which seeks to promote mutual cooperation to enhance prevention and response capabilities, as well as to encourage best practices and contingency planning within the energy sector’s critical facilities.

Discussions explored potential challenges and fostered an exchange of expertise and lessons learned among attendees: Al Ain Distribution Company introduced its best practices, showcasing the results of the project to develop health and safety standards, which included developing software that allows users to report any defect or incidents in Al Ain’s Distribution Network.

Abdul Rahman Alalawi, HSE Director at the Abu Dhabi Department of Energy, said: “We adhere to a holistic approach that seeks to develop and improve the workplace, and that promotes a more efficient use of resources across the energy sector in Abu Dhabi.

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