Ilang LPG retailer, nagpatupad ng rollback Logo Credits: Solane, Total, Petron; Photo Credits: RAMIR TILAON / Photoville International MANILA, Philippines – Nagpatupad ng bawas presyo ang ilang liquefied petroleum gas retailers ngayong araw, Oktubre 1, 2013.
Nagtapyas ng P1.25 kada kilo sa kanilang gasul ang kumpanyang Petron.
Nagbawas naman ng P1.45 sa kada tangke ng Solane, habang P1.34 sa Total.
Ayon sa mga kumpanya ng langis, ang rollback ay resulta ng paggalaw ng presyo sa pandaigdigan merkado.
(UNTV News) Oil price rollback to happen next week
Oil companies will be implementing a price rollback on petroleum products next week.
Oil industry players have estimated a 10 to 25 centavos per liter reduction in the price per liter of diesel and 60 to 80 centavos per liter on gasoline.
This is the 3
rd week in a row that oil companies have implemented a price cut on petroleum products.
The rollback is brought about by the movement of oil prices in the world market.
(with details from Mon Jocson) /mbmf Oil companies to implement price rollback anew
Oil companies have implemented a price rollback on petroleum products.
Industry players said prices of diesel will be reduced by one peso and 10 centavos per liter, while gasoline will have a fifty-centavo cut price.
Kerosene, on the other hand, will have a Php1.30 per liter price rollback.
Phoenix Petroleum, Clean Fuel, and Seaoil were the first ones to reduce the price of their oil products during the weekend.
Big-time players Shell, Petron and Caltex will implement the price cut tomorrow.
The price reduction is due to the movement of oil prices in the world market.
/mbmf Oil price rollback set next week
Oil companies are set to implement an oil price rollback starting next week.
According to industry players, there will be a possible P1.20 per liter rollback in diesel prices while P0.50 per liter rollback in gasoline prices.
The rollback is due to the fuel price movement in the world market.
Meanwhile, on Wednesday (Aug 7) prices of auto LPG also dropped by P1.00 per liter.
—AAC (with reports from Mon Jocson)