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Merry Christmas from BP!


21 December 2001

News Release


Merry Christmas from BP!

BP is giving motorists a Christmas present by dropping petrol and diesel prices by 10 cents a litre nation-wide from 4pm today.

The price promotion runs until midnight Saturday (22 December).

Petrol prices at BP owned service stations will drop to between 82.9 and 86.9 cents per litre for Unleaded 91, between 87.9 and 91.9 cents for Premium Unleaded, and 44 and 49 cents for diesel.

BP Managing Director Peter Griffiths said BP wants to reward customers for their loyalty this year and attract even more people onto BP forecourts.

“We encourage motorists to fill up at BP before going away on holiday, and wish everyone a safe and happy Christmas.”

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