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Shell delivers another cut to fuel prices

Shell delivers on commitment with another cut to fuel prices

Shell New Zealand continued to deliver on its commitment to bring New Zealanders the best possible fuel prices, by taking petrol prices down again, the third time in a week.

Prices at most Shell service stations across New Zealand will come down to $1.06.9 per litre for 91, $1.11.9 for 96 and 66.9 cents for diesel, effective immediately.

Shell’s Retail Manager Mark Nobilo said continued weakening of the international oil price was a factor in this latest move by Shell to cut fuel prices.

“It goes without saying that the situation in the Middle East is still very volatile, and so we are not able to predict where prices could go from here, but Shell is delighted we are in a position to reduce the price of petrol and diesel again.

“Shell monitors the oil price daily and we remain committed to bringing New Zealanders the best possible prices,” Mr Nobilo said.

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