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Shell Delivers Another Price Cut

SHELL NEW ZEALAND

16 November 2001
MEDIA STATEMENT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Shell Delivers Another Price Cut

Shell New Zealand has dropped petrol prices by 3 cents per litre. The prevailing prices in most parts of New Zealand are now 91.9 cents per litre for 91 grade, 96.9 cpl for 96 grade and 63.9 cpl for diesel. The price drop is effective immediately.

Shell Retail Manager Bruce Emson said Shell monitors prices daily, and is committed to bringing the best possible prices to Shell’s customers.

“It is not possible to predict what will happen to prices going forward, but, as always, Shell will ensure our customers get the best possible prices,” Mr Emson said.

The price reductions will not apply in areas where prices may already be below those advised today.

ENDS




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