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What is the current price of kerosene in Ireland?

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As of Aug. 19, 2014, the price for 1,000 liters of kerosene in Ireland ranges from 800 to 840 Euros. The petroleum product market, however, is a volatile market and is subject to significant fluctuations in price.

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Boiler Juice Limited, an organization that reports on heating oil prices, shows an approximately 4 percent fluctuation in kerosene prices in Ireland for the six month period prior to August 2014. Expanding the search to include a one year period beginning in August 2013 reveals a 20 percent fluctuation in price. The price of kerosene is impacted by many of the same factors that cause changes in other petroleum-based products, such as availability and demand.

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