The agency expects the rise to continue
If you feel like there'll be no end to the weekly fuel price hikes, you're not alone. And it looks like you're not wrong, either.As reported here by reportr, the Department of Energy (DOE) is expecting even more
Some good news, finally
Eager to hear some positive fuel-related news? After weeks and weeks of price hikes, we all are. Lucky for you, we do have some good news: The Department of Energy (DOE) is expecting to see a major fuel-price rollback next
Do you agree?
Apart from observing fuel-saving practices behind the wheel, one of the best ways to cut our expenses now that fuel prices are at an all-time high is to do away with our vehicles entirely. But of course, that's not
The skyrocketing fuel prices have been the talk of the town this week
Is that figure as absurd as it sounds?
Bad news for motorists: It doesn't look like local fuel prices are going to trend downward any time soon-at least not unless factors outside our control, like the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, settle down."We all know that
Yikes
Yes, gasoline and diesel prices have been trending upwards lately. But given that the rates we have now got to that point incrementally, you'd be forgiven for not being able to grasp the extent of the recent fuel-price hikes.Well,
Have you dropped by the pump lately?
With gasoline and diesel prices continuing to trend upward and an ongoing conflict in Europe threatening to make the situation even worse, sweating bullets over the prospect of not being able to fuel up next week is only natural. But is it
Brace yourselves
If you own a motorized vehicle, you've probably noticed that fuel prices have been trending upwards lately. Russia's ongoing conflict with Ukraine isn't helping make matters any better, and according to the Department of Energy (DOE), motorists may want
The DOE also presented its Seal of Excellence to three Shell stations
Remember when the Department of Energy (DOE) collaborated with Angkas riders to properly monitor fuel prices around Metro Manila? The agency, together with Pilipinas Shell, has now recognized 20 individuals for their exemplary performance while participating in the program.This program ran
Senator says this was caused by ‘lack of coordination’
Apparently, regular motorists aren't the only ones noticing how electrical poles remain obstructions following road-widening projects. Several members of the Philippine Senate have taken note of the issue as well.According to a report by ABS-CBN News, the issue
The ‘EV and Charging Station Act’ could help save up to P490-B annually
If you're one of those people who think we need more electric vehicles in the country-specifically in Metro Manila-then get a load of this: an 'Electric Vehicles and Charging Station Act' has now been filed in the Senate.Senator
The event is now in its seventh year
We are in the advent of electric vehicle (EV) technology-it's hard to say otherwise, especially when carmakers all over the globe are putting more effort and resources into their electric ventures as we eclipse the decade. These are definitely exciting
We're listening
The Philippines has made great strides towards cleaning up its act when it comes to transportation. There's the Department of Transportation's (DOTR) PUV Modernization Program, which is still ongoing, as well as tax exemptions on electric car imports,
Do you agree?
Having a hard time because of higher fuel prices brought about by the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law? Don't worry, the Department of Energy (DOE) says, because it's a sacrifice for the benefit of the Philippines."We
It was inevitable
Well, we all knew it was coming. A report by CNN Philippines says that the Department of Finance (DOF) is warning consumers to expect higher fuel excise in the coming weeks. This comes off the heels of last year's drama,
Sweet relief
If you gassed up this morning, you may have noticed that the prices at the pumps are a little easier to swallow than they've been in the past few weeks. That's because today marks the first day that local oil
It's a 'global situation'
Fuel costs are skyrocketing, and naturally, Filipino motorists are looking for the easiest entity to blame. Obviously, that's the government: the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Department of Finance's Tax Reform for Inclusion and Acceleration (TRAIN) Law.
We're not completely helpless. We hope
It doesn't look like local fuel prices are going to stabilize any time soon. It's a bummer, but the Philippine government has already said it's doing everything it can to come up with a solution."So
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