Presyo ng mga produktong petrolyo, may rollback ngayong araw

admin   •   September 23, 2013   •   3417


MANILA, Philippines – Nagpatupad ng bawas-presyo sa produktong petrolyo ang mga kumpanya ng langis sa bansa ngayong araw, Lunes.

Epektibo kaninang madaling araw, nag-rollback ang Shell, Petron at Seaoil ng P0.70 sa kada litro ng gasolina, P0.90 sa diesel, habang P1.00 naman sa kada litro ng kerosene.

Katulad na halaga din sa gasolina at diesel ang ipinatupad na rollback ng PTT at Unioil.

Ang pagbaba sa halaga ng petrolyo ay bunsod umano ng paggalaw ng presyo nito sa pandaigdigang pamilihan at paglakas ng piso kontra dolyar. (UNTV News)

Big-time oil price hike takes effect this week

Marje Pelayo   •   December 30, 2019

MANILA, Philippines – Oil companies are set to impose big-time oil price hike this week.

Shell announced that effective 6:00 AM Tuesday (December 31), it will impose an additional P0.80/L on gasoline; P0.50/L on diesel and P0.35/L on kerosene.

Unioil, meanwhile, said it will add P0.45/L to P0.55/L to the price of diesel and P0.85/L – P0.95/L to gasoline.

Oil firms clarified, however, that the price adjustment does not include the impending excise tax on fuel set for 2020.

Industry players said the oil price hike follows price adjustment in the world market.

Anti-oil smuggling: BOC marks Unioil’s 53 million liters of gasoil in Bataan

Robie de Guzman   •   October 24, 2019

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) on Thursday said its Fuel Marking Team has marked approximately 53 million liters of gasoil as part of its bid to curb oil smuggling in the country.

The BOC said the gasoil, with paid duties and taxes amounting to more than P400 million, was from the Unioil Petroleum Philippines.

In a statement, the bureau said the initial marking activity was conducted at Unioil’s Terminal Depot in Mariveles, Bataan on Oct. 22.

The team poured the fuel marker into the storage tanks to blend with the petroleum products discharged from the carrying vessel.

The activity was led by Port of Limay District Collector Michael Angelo DC Vargas together with the representatives from fuel marking provider SGS-SICPA and Oilink International Corp. Terminal Depot.  

Last July, the government held a simulation on fuel marking and testing process in Subic, Zambales. The simulation was aimed at identifying possible gaps and areas for improvement in the process.

The fuel marking program, which was announced by the government in 2017, is envisioned to curb illicit trade of petroleum products in the country and help return the revenue stolen by oil smugglers.

The BOC said other fuel terminals like Pure Petroleum in Subic, Phoenix Petroleum in Calaca, SL Gas, Petron Limay, Filoil Bataan and Amlan Terminals are also set to mark their incoming fuel imports with the installation of satellite offices of the Fuel Marking Provider.

The BOC, Department of Finance (DOF), Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), SGS-SICPA, and the fuel companies are working together to fast track the marking of all petroleum products before they are distributed to the market.

Authorities expect to mark all gasoline, diesel, and kerosene products by February 2020.

The BOC warned that non-compliant petroleum products and companies will face corresponding penalties such as the seizure of petroleum products and conveyances such as vessels or tank trucks, and closure of premises.

Oil price rollback looms this week

Aileen Cerrudo   •   September 30, 2019

Oil companies are set to have an oil price rollback this week.

Phoenix Petroleum already implemented an oil price rollback on Sunday (September 29). Their gasoline price went down by P1.55 per liter while diesel was down by P0.50 per liter.

SEAOIL Philippines has also reduced their gasoline price by P1.45/liter, diesel by P0.60/liter, and kerosene by P1.00/liter.

Meanwhile, Petro Gazz and Pilipinas Shell will implement the price rollback on Tuesday (October 1).

Petro Gazz cut prices of gasoline by P1.55/liter and diesel by P 0.50/liter while Pilipinas Shell will cut prices of gasoline by P1.45/liter, diesel by P0.60/liter and kerosene by P1.00/liter.—AAC


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