Articles about Total Philippines

With the help of government agencies
The Philippine Institute of Petroleum (PIP)--which is composed of the country's major oil industry players like Chevron Philippines, Isla LPG, Petron Corporation, Pilipinas Shell, PTT Philippines and Total Philippines--has signed a memorandum of agreement with the Department of Energy,
Touted as being friendlier to the environment
Total Philippines recently introduced its Excellium gasoline fuel to its service stations all over the country.A 95+ RON fuel that "offers absolute driving experience by providing three advantages"--engine protection, lower emissions and fuel economy--Excellium was reportedly designed to prolong
More fuel-efficient than hybrids?
Peugeot likes to call its diesel vehicles \"micro hybrid.\" Technically speaking, however, there\'s nothing hybrid about these cars since there are no electric motors to supplement their internal-combustion powerplants. What they do have is the so-called e-HDi system,
Along with special discounts on certain services
Total Philippines is partnering with Universal Motors Corporation, the exclusive distributor of Nissan light commercial vehicles, to provide assistance to motorists as part of the petroleum company's Motor Medic program.Free safety checks and roadside assistance services courtesy of UMC will
That's a lot of untaxed petroleum
During the media presentation for "Drive City," the country's "first-ever live traffic road competition that focuses on safety, strategy and skills," an executive of Total Philippines, the oil company that's sponsoring the event, told TopGear.com.ph that a
Bad news for those about to gas up for the week<br />
Petroleum products down by as much as P1 a liter<br />
Companies play catch-up after price freeze on oil<br />
Oil companies raised prices for a second time after government lifted the price freeze on fuel last week. Eastern Petroleum, Flying V, and Pilipinas Shell raised prices by P1.50 a liter at 12:01 a.m. on November 24. Chevron Philippines (
<p>Fuel prices up by as much as P2</p>
Rising oil prices in the global market has prompted local oil firms to hike pump prices by as much as P2 a liter.Pilipinas Shell was the first to hike prices at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday. It raised diesel prices by
It's starting to look like an ugly Tuesday affair. Oil companies implemented another round of fuel price hikes to cope with the rise of global crude prices, a television report said. Gasoline and diesel prices are now 50 centavos higher,
City officials of Manila have finally decided to allow the Big 3 oil companies to remain in their turf.Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim signed Ordinance 7177, effectively allowing oil companies and other industries like Unilever to keep their operations in Manila. Lim
As they say, some good things never last.Oil companies have started raising pump prices after a series of reductions in the past weeks. Topping up in stations of Total Philippines, PTT Philippines is now more expensive by P1.50 per liter.
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