BEIRUT — Fuel prices in Lebanon increased for the third time Monday evening, pushing the price of diesel above LL2 million for the first time, according to the latest tariffs announced by the Energy Ministry.
The Lebanese lira on Monday hit a record low on the parallel market, trading at around LL120,000 to the dollar.
Here are the new prices:
• Twenty liters of 95-octane gasoline: LL2,170,000, up by LL64,000
• Twenty liters of 98-octane gasoline: LL2,222,000, up by LL64,000
• Twenty liters of diesel: LL2,052,000, up by LL60,000
• Gas cylinder: LL1,445,000, up by LL42,000
• One kiloliter of fuel oil (used to supply private generators): unchanged at $794.55