We'd be blinded too if she sat next to us
In case you didn't know, Seaoil is the country's largest independent fuel provider. If the company's recently held "blind test" campaign is anything to go by, its automotive juice is pretty good too.During the tests, motorists had their
A first for the expressway
Motorists coming from the northernmost part of Luzon and headed south toward Pampanga or Metro Manila will soon no longer have to worry about their vehicles running out of fuel when they get onto the southbound stretch of the Subic-Clark-Tarlac
Expect others to follow suit
Seaoil may very well be the first local petroleum company to put up a service station along the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway in the near future.According to PhilStar.com, the Bases Conversion and Development Authority has awarded Seaoil Philippines the lease
Following Unioil\'s lead
Seaoil, the Philippines\' largest independent petroleum company, is now carrying Euro 4 and Euro 5 fuels, making it one of the few local oil companies that have adapted to the emission standard that is scheduled to be implemented by the country in
Does this make the petroleum brand more appealing?
Seaoil Philippines, the country\'s largest independent petroleum company, has partnered with STP, one of the world\'s leading brands of automotive lubricants, by adding the latter\'s premium additives to its product offerings.\"STP is very proud to be working with
For gasoline and diesel purchases
Independent fuel firm Seaoil is offering a rebate program to customers who will pay fuel purchases with their credit cards this Christmas season.Here's how customers can benefit from Seaoil's CashBack Swipe 'N Save promo:1. Buy 20 liters of
Time to give back
Seaoil Philippines is taking the 'green' route this month with the launch of a bottle-recycling drive to promote environmental awareness.Until August 31, the fuel company will accept empty Seaoil lubricant bottles at its stations nationwide in exchange for cash. Here'
iPad2s, motorcycles at stake
Motorists who gas up with Seaoil are in for a treat as they will not only be helping the country\'s largest independent petroleum company support the National Basketball Training Center, they also get the chance to win one of over 500
Learn how to get one here
Seaoil is bringing back its prepaid fuel card to protect consumers from rising petroleum product prices.From March 7 to 13, customers can purchase Seaoil's Price Lock prepaid fuel card for P1,040 at the Seaoil Corporate Office located on the
Celebrate your day
Did you know that today is your day? From the point of view of Seaoil Philippines, that is.Independent oil firm Seaoil Philippines celebrates the Seaoil Motorist Day today by offering a P1 per liter discount on fuel.The promo is applied
We can hear you groaning again
Chevron Philippines (formerly Caltex) and Seaoil raised fuel prices following price movements in the global market.Premium and unleaded gasoline from Chevron and Seaoil are now 50 centavos more expensive, while regular gasoline prices are up 75 centavos. Diesel prices are up
More than 500 prizes at stake<br />
Seaoil is giving motorists hundreds of reasons to gas up at its service stations with more than 500 prizes at stake in its Extreme Gadget Bonanza promo.Every P300 worth of fuel and lubricants bought at Seaoil until September 15 entitles a
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
Another blow to motorists' pocket<br />
Another oil price hike has hit motorists as the prices of petroleum products went up by as much as P1.50 per liter on April 13.Independent oil company Flying V was the first to raise prices at 12:01 a.m.,
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 (
Companies blame rising prices of oil in world market<br />
Oil companies raised fuel prices by as much as 50 centavos on Tuesday morning. This is the third consecutive oil price hike since end-February.Seaoil Philippines, Chevron (formerly Caltex) Philippines, Petron, Pilipinas Shell, Phoenix Petroleum, Eastern Petroleum, and Unioil jacked up
Will other oil companies follow suit?<br />
Oil prices rise despite tariff reduction order<br />
'Tis the season to be jolly<br />
Another round of price rollback on fuel greets motorists ahead of Christmas. Chevron (formerly Caltex) Philippines, Pilipinas Shell, Seaoil and Phoenix Petroleum announced a 75-centavo a liter price cut on diesel products and 50-centavos a liter off gasoline and kerosene
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