Planning to avail of this?
Fuel prices might have calmed down a bit the past few weeks, but you can never really be sure when a big hike is just around the corner. That said, if you're presented with an opportunity at lower rates at the
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
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
Third straight week of increasing prices
Fuel prices are still expected to go up this coming week, but the increase won't be as big as in the two previous weeks.For June 21 to 27, 2022, there will be a price hike of P3.10 per liter
No reprieve from last week’s price hikes
Get ready for another round of increasing fuel prices this week-and it'll still be painful for owners of diesel vehicles.The upcoming fuel price hike for the week of June 14 to 20, 2022, is as follows: Prices of diesel
How much longer do we have to suffer through these up-and-down movements?
Straight to the point, then: It's gasoline prices that are set to go down this week by P1.70 per liter, while diesel prices will increase by P1.20 per liter. These are based on several oil companies' fuel price updates
Meanwhile, gasoline prices will only roll back by P0.4/L
Fuel prices have been on one gigantic roller coaster over the past few months. Remember last week's major increase? Well, it's going to be met with yet another rollback this week.Effective tomorrow, diesel prices in the Philippines are set
Will this ever end?
Fuel prices keep skyrocketing week in and week out, and tomorrow will be no exception. As of this writing, we've yet to see any price cuts this year, significant or otherwise. *sigh*Effective tomorrow, February 8, 2022, the prices of gasoline
This is pretty big
Fuel prices in the Philippines have continued to drop these past few weeks, much to the delight of many motorists. More good news has come in today as a major rollback is set to be implemented tomorrow.Effective December 7, 2021, the
The price drops continue
Well, what do you know? After consecutive drops over the past few weeks, it looks like fuel prices are set to go down again tomorrow, November 23, 2021.The prices of gasoline products will drop by P0.85 per liter, while diesel
Diesel prices will remain unchanged
Week after week after week we saw fuel prices in our market skyrocket, but now it's finally starting to make a slight turn for the better. Various fuel companies have just announced that tomorrow, November 16, 2021, the prices of gasoline
This is the third major increase in a row now
Fuel prices in the Philippines are once again set to increase tomorrow, October 19, 2021. This is already the third week in a row that we're seeing these prices go up. *sigh*This time, gas and diesel prices will be going
Fuel prices see a major increase for the second week in a row
Another week, another fuel-price hike. This time around, though, we're about to see a major increase for the second week in a row.Gasoline and diesel prices went up by P1.45 per liter and P2.05 per liter, respectively,
It might be a good idea to gas up now before it takes effect
If you have time to gas up right now, you might want to do so, because fuel companies are implementing hefty price hikes on gasoline and diesel products tomorrow, October 5, 2021.According to their latest advisories on social media, Caltex, Cleanfuel,
The riders will also evaluate stations’ facilities and quality of service
Starting July 12, Angkas riders will report real-time fuel prices to the Department of Energy (DOE). Recently, the officials of the two organizations agreed to launch a collaborative program to help the DOE monitor retail pump prices. This program was established
Gain points by fueling up
Unioil and on-demand logistics and delivery firm Lalamove have teamed up to provide the latter's drivers with the fuel company's loyalty card.Now, Lalamove motorcycle, MPV, and light truck drivers can gain exclusive benefits and points just by fueling
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
For as low as P199 with P3,000 fuel purchase
Unioil is now giving away--for a limited time--four radio-controlled toy cars based on popular European models.For every P3,000 single or accumulated purchase of the same Unioil Euro IV fuel product, a customer can buy one of four
With 4 due to open early next year
Unioil is seeking to expand its presence in the Philippines by opening 10 to 12 new service stations in 2013, with four stations now in various stages of completion and due to open from early to mid-2013.Unioil currently has 30
Euro 4-standard diesel at Euro 2 price
Last April, Unioil announced that it will soon make its entire fuel products comply with Euro 4 regulation. Well, that time has come as the independent petroleum company has officially launched its Euro Diesel IV brand of fuel, making it available at
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