Articles about Gas Prices

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.
When will it stop?
Can gas prices get any higher? According to a report by GMA News Online, the answer is yes. In fact, the news agency reported that price hikes for gas, diesel and kerosene already took effect at 6am today-the eighth consecutive week
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
Blame the political unrest in the Middle East
We just got word from a source inside a leading oil company that prices of fuel are set to breach P100 per liter next week as a result of skyrocketing crude oil prices in the global market. Our source said crude oil
What a way to start the week<br />
Oil firms delivered good news early Monday as they slashed P1.50 off the price of gasoline and diesel products.Oil companies which have implemented the rollback are Pilipinas Shell, Chevron Philippines (formerly Caltex), and Total.The rollback was implemented "to reflect
A bit of good news on a Monday morning<br />
The week has started on a good note for motorists as oil firms have reduced pump prices to reflect the downtrend in the price of fuel in international markets.Pilipinas Shell reduced the price of its gasoline products by 50 centavos per
Bad news for those about to gas up for the week<br />
Time to head on to your favorite fuel station<br />
Drive your kids to school with a tank full of fuel with fuel prices down by as much as 50 centavos per liter.Oil firms implemented the pump price rollback on Tuesday with the decline of oil prices in the global market.
50 centavos off gasoline, diesel, kerosene<br />
Motorists are enjoying a rollback in fuel prices for the third time in nine days with a 50-centavo reduction implemented by oil firms today. Oil companies which have reduced their fuel prices include Chevron Philippines (formerly Caltex), Petron Corp., Pilipinas Shell,
Second rollback this week<br />
Oil firms slashed P1 off fuel prices on Friday as the global price of petroleum products continue to fall.Companies which have reduced gasoline, diesel and kerosene prices by P1 a liter include Petron Corp., Seaoil Philippines, and Unioil Petroleum, GMANews.TV
Price of kerosene down as well<br />
Oil firms have earlier today rolled back the prices of both gasoline and diesel products by 50 centavos and 25 centavos respectively.Chevron Philippines (formerly Caltex), Seaoil Philippines, Phoenix Petroleum and PTT Philippines all adjusted their prices at 12:01 a.m.
No price adjustment for diesel and kerosene<br />
Oil firms cut gasoline prices by 50 centavos a liter while maintaining the prices of diesel and kerosene.Companies which implemented the rollback are Chevron Philippines (formerly Caltex), Seaoil Philippines, Total, Eastern Petroleum, Phoenix Petroleum and Petron Corp. "Price movement is due
Now, wouldn't you want that?<br />
A new company hopes to make a difference in the world of cars and advertising by offering free gas to motorists. MyFreeGas, owned by race car driver Doby Atiliano, gives out P1,000 worth of fuel to motorists who agree to put
Do you think it's enough?<br />
Local oil companies rolled back the prices of gasoline, diesel and kerosene products by 25 centavos per liter due to lower petroleum prices in the world market. Fuel firms which implemented the rollback are:- Flying V (12 noon, March 22)- Seaoil Philippines (
Talk about a post-Valentine's day gift<br />
Oil companies are giving motorists a belated Valentine's day gift as they roll back the price of their petroleum products by as much as P1.Independent oil player Seaoil Philippines was quick on the draw as it was the first
Will the bigger players follow suit?<br />
Three independent oil companies implemented a price rollback on petroleum products as the cost of oil continued to soften in the international market. Eastern Petroleum, Flying V and Seaoil Philippines reduced the price of gasoline by 50 centavos, and kerosene and diesel
Start the week with lower fuel prices<br />
Will other oil companies follow suit?<br />
Oil prices rise despite tariff reduction order<br />
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