Ilang Kumpanya ng Langis, Nagpatupad ng Rollback sa Presyo ng Petrolyo

admin   •   October 23, 2012   •   5350

Isang bakanteng gasolinahan sa Taft Ave cor. Pedro Gil, kagabi, October 22, 2012. Tila nag-aantay ang mga motorista sa nakaambang pagbaba ng gasolina nitong hating gabi. (PHOTOVILLE International / Isacar Mosquiton)

MANILA, Philippines – Nagpatupad ng rollback sa presyo ng produktong petrolyo ang ilang kumpanya ng langis sa bansa.

Kaninang hatinggabi, tinapyasan ng Flying-V ng 90 sentimo ang presyo ng kada litro ng premium at unleaded gasoline; 40 sentimo sa kada litro ng regular gasoline; 35 sentimo sa biodiesel at 25 sentimo naman sa kada litro ng kerosene.

Nag-rollback din sa kaparehong oras ang kumpanyang Eastern Petroleum ng piso sa kada litro ng premium at unleaded gas; 40 sentimo sa regular gasoline at 25 sentimo naman sa kada litro ng diesel.

Ala-sais ng umaga kanina, nagpatupad rin ng rollback ang Shell, Petron, Chevron, Unioil at Phoenix Petroleum.

Ang price rollback ay epekto umano ng paggalaw ng presyo ng krudo sa pandaigdigang pamilihan. (UNTV News)

Big time oil price hike looms this week

Aileen Cerrudo   •   October 4, 2021

MANILA, Philippines—Oil prices are set to increase by around P2.00 this week.

Oil industry players said gasoline prices will increase by P1.45 to P1.55 per liter while diesel prices would go up by P1.95 to P2.05 per liter. For kerosene prices, oil firms estimated the increase at P1.90 to P2.00.

The Department of Energy (DOE) previously reported an increase in prices of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) effective October 1.

Oil companies, except Liquigaz, notified to increase LPG prices by P4.00/kg on October 1 and another P3.40/kg increase effective on October 8. Liquigaz has a one-time increase of P7.40/kg, which took effect on October 1.

Prices of household LPG in Metro Manila are estimated to range from P824 to P1,039 and may increase to about P861-P1, 076 starting October 8. AAC

 

 

Oil price hike set for September 21

Aileen Cerrudo   •   September 20, 2021

MANILA, Philippines—Oil companies are set to increase prices starting Tuesday, September 21.

Local pump prices of petroleum products will go up again this week as announced by oil firms.

In separate advisories,  Seaoil, will implement an increase of P0.80 in its gasoline and diesel prices while price for kerosene will be up by P0.85.

Total Philippines Corporation (TPC) will also implement similar adjustments in its gasoline and diesel prices.

Meanwhile, for Cleanfuel, gasoline prices will be up by P0.65 and diesel prices will be up by P0.70 effective Tuesday.

Other oil firms have yet to make similar announcements. AAC

Oil prices to go down Tuesday, August 17

Robie de Guzman   •   August 16, 2021

MANILA, Philippines – Local pump prices of petroleum products will be rolled back this week, as announced by oil companies.

In separate advisories, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp. said it will slash the prices per liter of kerosene by P0.40, and diesel by P0.30. The price of gasoline will not be changed.

Petro Gazz and Cleanfuel also announced the same amount of price adjustments except for kerosene.

The price roll back will take effect on Tuesday, August 17.

This marks the second straight week of oil price cuts.

Other oil firms have yet to make similar announcements.

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