BEIRUT: Gasoline prices in Lebanon dropped for the first time in three months, according to data released by the Water and Energy Ministry Wednesday.
After steadily climbing since December, the price of gasoline dropped by LL300.
The 95-octane fuel now sells at LL36,800 while the 98-octane fuel is priced at LL37,500.
Fuel oil also went down 300 pounds, selling at LL27,900, while kerosene and diesel dropped by LL100 and are now priced at LL30,600 and LL28,100 respectively.
All prices are per 20 liters.