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UPDATE: September 26, 2022. A sigh of relief, for now: The Philippine peso may still be dropping value against the US dollar, but so far, fuel prices are trending downward at least for another week.Here are the official fuel price adjustments
No price movement for gasoline
More good news coming your way this week, motorists. A big-time rollback for diesel is set to take effect tomorrow.Various fuel companies have confirmed that the prices of diesel products in the Philippines will go down by P4.15 per
We’ll take what we can get
UPDATE: September 12, 2022. Another set of rollbacks will be taking effect this week. Hurrah, good news? Don't get your hopes too high, though.According to an advisory from Cleanfuel, there will be a rollback of P1.45 per liter for
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Up. Down. Up. Down. Up-and we're down again. Frankly, we're starting to get dizzy keeping track of all these fluctuations.Industry players have now announced that new fuel price rollbacks are taking effect this week. Gasoline will drop by
Prepare your wallets
This is bad news for commuters-but frankly, we all saw it coming.The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) is gearing up to approve major fare hikes for public utility vehicles next week. This news follows reports of a sizable
What a way to usher in the ‘ber’ months
UPDATE, August 29, 2022. It's going to be rough week ahead, motorists. The price adjustments for this week are in, and they're gonna be painful.Oil company CleanFuel Philippines has announced that diesel prices will go up by P6.10
Here we go again
UPDATE, August 22, 2022. Well, let's brace ourselves: The streak of diesel price rollbacks seems to be coming to an end, just in time for the start of classes.For the week of August 23 to 29, 2022, the price changes
Gasoline prices to see a measly P0.10/L rollback
UPDATE: August 15, 2022: The prices of both gasoline and diesel products are still going down this week.For the week of August 16 to 22, 2022, there will be P1.05 per liter rollback for diesel. Gasoline prices, meanwhile, will go
Show me the money
The Petron Corporation has reported a consolidated net income of P7.7 billion in the first half of 2022. That figure is about two times what the oil company made over the course of the same period in 2021.OTHER STORIES YOU
UPDATE: August 8, 2022. Good news for everyone this week: Prices of both gasoline and diesel are going down.The rollback for diesel is P2.20 per liter, versus just P0.60/L last week. Meanwhile, after going up by P0.75/
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Fuel prices have seen a big dip over the past few weeks, but as it stands, they're still far higher than pre-pandemic figures. That's why we're all still on the constant lookout for fuel discounts and promos to
Is the title becoming a simulator now?
Sky-rocketing fuel prices? Increasing fares? Inflation? It appears 2021 is finally getting serious. Perhaps not 2020 levels of serious, but still serious nonetheless.Thankfully, there's still the option of kicking back, powering on a console or smartphone, and escaping reality
Gasoline, meanwhile, has gone up by a total of P23/L
This seemingly never-ending fuel crisis has been leaving several holes in our wallets over the past months. We see a slight rollback one week then we see a massive price hike the next-this has been the trend for quite some
Should the new admin go for this?
The government has already made known that it isn't too keen on suspending taxes to help motorists cope with rising fuel prices. One senator, though, is still following through on filing legislation to do exactly that.'An Act Suspending the Imposition
The industry is expecting another price drop next week
UPDATE: July 25, 2022. Following consecutive major rollbacks, both diesel and gasoline prices are once again set to go down in the week of July 26 to August 2. The rollbacks will be slightly smaller, but they're rollbacks nonetheless.Fuel industry
Things aren’t looking good
Think getting around Metro Manila is tough now? The situation might be even more dire next week if local bus operators decide the fuel crisis isn't making plying routes worth it.During an interview on GMA's 24 Oras, Samahang Transport
When will it end?
Think local gasoline and diesel prices are ridiculous now? You haven't seen anything yet.In a recent Laging Handa press briefing, the Department of Energy (DOE) said that one of the variables currently affecting local fuel prices is the foreign exchange
Prices are currently at $110 per barrel
We have some bad news for you if you're waiting for rates at the gas pump to settle down before using your car regularly again: It doesn't look like this fuel crisis is going away any time soon. Experts from
Do you need to top up this week?
The incoming week is set to bring in another round of fuel price hikes.For June 28 to July 4, 2022, the price of diesel will go up by P1.65 per liter, while gasoline prices will increase by P0.5 per
This, as fuel prices continue to skyrocket
Hoping that the government will intervene in the local fuel crisis by spending excise taxes on our fuel products? Don't hold your breath.In a press conference, incoming Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos Jr. was asked what he thought about a senator'
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