Articles about Fuel Prices

No price changes for diesel
Drive a gasoline-powered vehicle? Hold on tight, because the price adjustments for the week ahead have just been released.According to the latest advisory from various fuel companies, gasoline prices will experience a significant increase of P1.10 per liter for
Another round of price hikes
Heads-up: We're in for another round of fuel price increases for the week of May 23 to 29, 2023.According to the latest advisory from various fuel companies, gasoline prices will have a marginal increase of P0.80 per liter
By P1.40/L and P0.35/L, respectively
Brace yourselves for some marginal price increases this week, after several weeks of price rollbacks.According to the latest advisory from various fuel companies, gasoline prices will see a slight uptick of P0.35 per liter for the week of May 16
Prices will decrease by P2.20/L and P2.70/L, respectively
It's a good week for motorists as fuel prices in the Philippines are going down again for the third straight week. For the period of May 9 to May 15, 2023, gasoline and diesel products will see a bigger decrease in
Two rollbacks in a row
While April saw fuel prices go up as a whole, it seems that May is off to a good start. It's good news for motorists as it's the second week in a row for fuel price rollbacks. Not only that,
Finally, a rollback
April hasn't been a good month for fuel prices. At the start of the month, we saw successive price hikes, and those were substantial to say the least. But as we close off April, there is finally some reprieve. Yes folks,
And an increase of up to P1.70/L for diesel
The streak of fuel price rollbacks ended last week with gasoline prices up P1.40/L and diesel up by P0.50/L right before Holy Week. For those expecting a rollback this week might be in for some bad news. That'
The rollbacks keep coming for diesel
The rollbacks just keep coming. For this week's fuel price watch, prices for both gas and diesel see substantial rollbacks, so Tuesday would be a great time to head to the pumps.OTHER STORIES YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED:Everything you need
Effective Tuesday, March 21
Some good news for motorists this week: F uel prices are scheduled to go down starting tomorrow, Tuesday, March 21. OTHER STORIES YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED:2023 Isuzu MU-X makes a sneaky Philippine debutThis Benz being forklifted will make you appreciate
The increases could go as high as P2.70 and P6.50, respectively
Heads up, motorists: Another round of fuel-price increases is set to kick in this coming Wednesday, June 7. OTHER STORIES YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:Lopez Jaena Street in Pasig City is now a car-free zone every SundayMMDA reminds riders not
Starting tomorrow morning
You might want to gas up on your way home tonight. Some fuel-station chains are expected to implement fuel price increases starting tomorrow. This follows drone attacks on Saudi Aramco oil facilities in the Middle East over the weekend.Petron, one
Amid rising oil prices and inflation
Car owners and operators across the country have undoubtedly felt the effects of the increased fuel prices under the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) law. According to the Department of Energy (DOE), the average cost of 91-octane gasoline as
Gasoline did more than pave the way for motoring
Standard Vacuum Oil Company of New York (Socony) was the pioneer petroleum firm in our country; in 1892, it started shipping in kerosene, which replaced whale oil to make lamp light. The product was sold under the name 'Petroleo Marca Gallo' (Cock
Happy New Year?
Happy New Year, Top Gear PH readers! We hoped you enjoyed the holidays and are ready for what lies ahead. May your 2017 be filled with fun cars, epic drives, and...increased fuel prices? Yeah, that last one is a bit of
Audi now offering such a service in Germany
If you don\'t know it yet, fuel prices sometimes vary from district to district (although, for the most part, major oil companies employ a one-price policy). The price of unleaded gasoline in Makati, for instance, may not be the same
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