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Shell extends discount offer

23 November 2001

MEDIA STATEMENT

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Shell extends discount offer

The popularity of Shell's one-day fuel price reduction today, which saw 10 cents per litre come off the price of both petrol and diesel, has seen Shell extend the deal until 10am tomorrow (Saturday) morning.

"Our customers have responded in droves to Shell's price leading reduction, and we have decided to keep the offer open a bit longer," Shell's Retail Manager Bruce Emson said today.

"I urge motorists to take advantage of this fantastic offer from Shell while it lasts.

"I have said it before and I will say it again - Shell is absolutely committed to bringing our customers the best possible fuel prices," Mr Emson said.

ENDS

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