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Shell leads price down again

Shell leads price down again

Shell New Zealand has led the price of petrol and diesel down again, announcing today that prices of 91 grade petrol will fall to 97.9 cents per litre, 96 grade to 102.9 cents per litre, and the price of diesel coming down to 57.9 cents per litre. These new lower prices are effective immediately at most Shell service stations round New Zealand.

"Shell is delighted to continue our commitment to bringing New Zealanders the lowest possible fuel prices. The softening of the worlds oil price means Shell can pass these savings on to our customers.

"Shell will continue to monitor the oil price situation and pass on any savings to our customers as soon as possible," Retail Manager Mark Nobilo said.

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