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Oil companies cut prices of diesel and kerosene

Tweet   Some oil companies made an announcement  that they will slash prices of its diesel and kerosene products [Continue reading]

Warning China Oil Spill

Warning China Oil Spill

Tweet Reportedly, China’s largest  oil spill drained beaches along the Yellow Sea as its size doubled Wednesday. The efforts of  Cleanup  included straw mats and exhausted workers with little more than rubber gloves. An official send caution that the spill posed a “severe threat” to sea life and water quality. A [Continue reading]

Petron, Shell, SEAOIL, cut down oil pump prices

Petron, Shell, SEAOIL, cut down oil pump prices

Tweet Good news for our consumers out there, Petron Corp, the country’s largest oil refiner, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp. and smaller oil player SEAOIL will slash their pump prices for gasoline, diesel and kerosene on Monday. [Continue reading]

Two oil firms to slash gasoline prices on Tuesday

Two oil firms to slash gasoline prices on Tuesday

Tweet   On Tuesday, April 20, two major oil companies will cut down the price [Continue reading]

Petron, Shell to roll back LPG prices

Petron, Shell to roll back LPG prices

Tweet   Good news for our consumers out there. The oil giants Pilipinas Shell and Petron Corp. will roll back the prices of their liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) starting Tuesday, March 2.   For the latest Philippine news stories and videos, visit GMANews.TV Both oil companies will cut down their prices by P0.50 per kilogram.  [Continue reading]

Batangas court stops the confiscation of Shell oil imports

Batangas court stops the confiscation of Shell oil imports

Tweet   Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp., failed to get a positive judgement from Court of Tax Appeals (CTA), it managed to pull of a 3-day temporary restraining order from the regional court of Batangas City, halting the Bureau of Customs from confiscating its imported raw materials. The 5 page order approved by executive judge Ruben [Continue reading]

Oil rises above $78 in Asia on bargain hunting

Tweet   KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Oil prices rose above $78 a barrel Tuesday in Asia, spurred by bargain hunting amid a weaker dollar and after gains in European shares. Benchmark crude for February delivery was up 35 cents to $78.35 a barrel in electronic trading at early afternoon Kuala Lumpur time on the New [Continue reading]