- The average domestic crude oil first purchase price fell USD 2.84 or 5.0 per cent to stand at USD 53.63 per barrel.
- The average free-on-board cost of imported crude oil plunged by USD 2.47 or 4.5 per cent to stand at USD 54.37 a barrel.
- The average refinery acquisition on cost for domestic crude oil nose-dived by USD 3.65 or 5.9 per cent to stand at USD 57.82 per barrel.
- The composite refinery acquisition cost for crude oil dropped by USD 3.65 or 6.0 per cent to stand at USD 56.88 per barrel.
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