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Mobil Reduces Fuel Prices

30 May 2002

Mobil customers will notice that petrol has dropped up to 4 cents per litre and diesel up to 2cpl at company operated stores today compared with prices on Wednesday.

Mobil made the change at all company operated sites, which means a Queen's Birthday bonus for drivers across New Zealand.

The change means that Christchurch customers, for example, are paying about 102.9cpl for 91 octane fuel, 107.9cpl for 96 octane fuel, and 63.9cpl for diesel. Wholesale price reductions have also been applied today.

Mobil wishes all drivers a happy and safe holiday weekend and encourages them to be patient and careful on the roads, and keep an eye on Mobil price boards for the best deals in fuel.


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