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Mobil reduces petrol prices

Media Statement
For immediate release
7 August 2001


Mobil reduces petrol prices


Mobil Oil New Zealand this afternoon announced a 3 cent per litre reduction in the price of petrol at its company operated sites nationwide.

A spokesperson said the reduction would take effect as soon as possible and would move the pump price of petrol in major cities to an average of 103.9 cents per litre for 91 unleaded and 108.9 cents per litre for premium unleaded petrol.

The spokesperson said there was no change in the price of diesel and advised motorists to watch the price boards at their local Mobil service station for latest pricing information.


ENDS

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