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Shell New Zealand Reduces Petrol Prices Again

21 June 2001


Shell lowered its petrol prices throughout New Zealand today.


Prevailing Shell prices in the main cities will now be 106.9 cents a litre for 91 petrol and 111.9 cents a litre for 96 petrol at company sites. This represents a reduction of anything up to 5 cents per litre.

Diesel prices remain unchanged.

Shell Retail Manager, Steve Foster said Shell was keeping its promise to bring New Zealand motorists the best fuel prices, and wished to thank customers who had been supporting Shell.

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