Good news if you own a diesel-powered vehicle
We've finally gotten word on this week's fuel-price adjustments. Which do you want us to break first: the good news or the bad news?Bad news it is. According to Cleanfuel's latest advisory, gasoline prices will go up
Meanwhile, gasoline prices will only roll back by P0.4/L
Fuel prices have been on one gigantic roller coaster over the past few months. Remember last week's major increase? Well, it's going to be met with yet another rollback this week.Effective tomorrow, diesel prices in the Philippines are set
Guess what? After last week's rollback, fuel prices are back up again this week. Big time.The prices of both gasoline and diesel products in the Philippines are now up by a whopping P4.20 per liter. A small decrease one
The company logged record earnings in the first quarter of 2022
We've been suffering greatly from the continuous increase in pump prices across the globe. However, it appears the companies who keep selling us these expensive fuel products are making a lot of money in the process.According to a report by
More of this, please
After a big increase last week, fuel prices in the Philippines are set to go down tomorrow, May 2.Effective tomorrow, the prices of diesel products will go down by P1.15 per liter and gasoline products by P0.65 per liter.
Oh, man
Well, this sucks. We recently reported that fuel prices could go up big this week. Now, it appears that the price hike will be pushing through.Effective April 26, 2022, the prices of gasoline products will go up by P3 per liter.
When will it end?
Planning to gas up? You may want to do so soon, because local gasoline and diesel prices may jump up again.According to a new report by GMA News, local gasoline prices could go up by as much as P3.30/L
When will we see these prices normalize again?
After a couple of rollbacks, fuel prices are going back up again this week. And similar to recent hikes, diesel prices will be getting a significant bump.Effective Tuesday, April 19, 2022, the prices of gasoline products in the Philippines will go
A good start to the new quarter
Fuel prices have continued to fluctuate over the past few weeks. After the last major price hike, a fuel-price rollback is now set to take effect.According to the latest advisory from Cleanfuel, gasoline prices in the Philippines will go down
It looks like last week’s rollback was short-lived
It looks like the fuel-price rollbacks will be a bit short-lived. After last week's huge decrease, fuel prices are going to shoot back up again tomorrow.Effective March 29, 2022, diesel prices will go up by P8.65 per
Will this case prosper?
If you can't beat them...sue them?According to recent a report by, a pair of gas station operators in the US are suing a competitor for-get this-offering motorists lower fuel prices.The companies, which operate nearby
The good news we’ve all been waiting for
Just as the Department of Energy (DOE) projected, fuel prices in our market are set to see a major rollback tomorrow. This is not a drill, people.Effective March 22, 2022, the prices of diesel products will go down by P11.45
Despite the continuous fuel-price hikes
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) previously denied the petition to increase the base jeepney fare from P9 to P14. While another hearing on the matter will be held tomorrow, fuel prices have already gone further up since the initial
All figures are based on manufacturer data
Fuel prices just keep going up, and at this point, we're sure a lot of you are starting to look at alternatives that can help you ditch your cars entirely.Of course, the first transport alternative that comes to mind would
The President has approved this suggestion from the Department of Finance
Lawmakers and motorists alike have brought up the idea of suspending the collection of excise taxes on petrol products in light of the rising fuel prices. Unfortunately, that probably won't be happening anytime soon.President Rodrigo Duterte in a cabinet meeting
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 bill is still subject to amendments
We have important news for motorists: As oil prices continue to spike, the House of Representatives Committee on Energy has now approved amendments to Republic Act No. 8479 or the Oil Deregulation Law that will help prevent fuel companies from continuously jacking
The company has bumped its prices by only half of the industry-wide increase
After temporarily rolling back its fuel prices last week, Petro Gazz is back with more (slightly) good news today. The fuel company has announced that it will only be bumping its prices by half of the industry-wide increase this week.Petro
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