Saudi Arabia is a country on the go. Every day, Aramco supply high-quality fuels to the local marketplace for auto, home, and business.
Aramco has developed a retail strategy that will initially focus on establishing its presence in the Kingdom in advance of its long-term goal to be one of the primary global retail players. It intends to offer consumers a new line of automotive services, coupled with branded finished lubricant products, as part of its commitment to diversify its downstream portfolio.
In 2019 we entered into a 50:50 joint venture with Total to operate service stations in the Kingdom by acquiring a network of 270 service stations in the Kingdom under the “Sahel” brand name. Together with Total intend to expand and/or rebrand these newly acquired service stations in the future.
From gasoline to kerosene to sales gas, our customers enjoy a range of retail fuel products that help keep the Kingdom’s economy thriving and its people living more mobile, productive, and meaningful lives.
About Aramco Retail Fuels
Saudi Aramco provides the best quality fuels to meet the needs of today’s demanding engines.
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Available in both PG-91 and PG-95, our gasoline fuels meet the needs of all gasoline-powered cars sold in the Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia. Aramco also supply high quality diesel fuel for trucks and other specialty vehicles.
All of our gasoline fuels are unleaded.
Prices for the Month of November 2022 (SAR/liter)
Gasoline 91 | 2.18 SAR |
Gasoline 95 | 2.33 SAR |
Diesel | 0.63 SAR |
Kerosene | 0.81 SAR |
LPG | 0.90 SAR |
Note: prices are reviewed on a periodical basis, subject to crude oil export prices.
How to choose the right fuel for your vehicle
PG91 is suitable for most modern cars. PG95 is a premium grade gasoline appropriate for higher-performance cars. If you’re not sure of your vehicle’s correct octane rating, check the owner’s manual or ask the manufacturer or dealer where you purchased the vehicle. Sometimes, the recommended fuel can be found on a sticker inside the filling cap.
In most cases, a vehicle will not benefit from using an octane higher than recommended by the manufacturer. Unless you’re driving a performance vehicle, you’re unlikely to see any improvements by using fuel with a higher octane, and you will pay more for no additional benefit.
Using a lower-octane grade petrol than that recommended by the manufacturer risks long-term damage to the engine of your car. So, there is a chance that using a low-octane fuel in an engine that requires a higher octane will damage the engine, whereas there is no harm in using a higher-octane grade than specified.