Oil companies, muling nagpatupad ng mahigit pisong roll back Graphics: Oil Price Rollback effective on December 14, 2014 (UNTV Radio) MANILA, Philippines — Muling nag-rollback sa presyo ng petrolyo ang mga kumpanya ng langis.
Binawasan ng Shell, Petron, Seaoil, Phoenix Petroleum at Caltex ng P1.75 ang presyo ng gasoline.
One-fifty-five sa kada litro ng diesel habang one-peso-and-eighty centavos naman sa kerosene.
P1.90 naman ang ibinawas ng Eastern Petroleum sa gasolina at P1.60 naman sa diesel.
Ang Uni-Oil naman ay nagbawas ng P1.50 sa diesel at P1.80 sa gasolina.
(UNTV News) 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) Oil price rollback set for Tuesday, July 23
Local prices of gasoline, diesel and kerosene will be slashed this week.
In separate advisories, oil firms SEAOIL and Pilipinas Shell Petroleum said they will rollback the prices of gasoline by P0.25 a liter, and kerosene by P0.40.
Petro Gazz will also implement the same price adjustment sans kerosene.
Oil companies are set to impose the price rollback on Tuesday (July 23) at 6 a.m. Other oil companies have yet to announce price adjustments for this week.
The looming price cut comes after four consecutive weeks of pump price hikes.