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Shell New Zealand Keeps to its Promise


Shell New Zealand Keeps to its Promise

Shell New Zealand Limited has today announced a reduction at the pumps of up to 2.6 cents per litre on the price of petrol and Diesel effective immediately.

This price reduction reflects an easing of prices for refined products on the international markets from the peak in January.

Mark Nobilo, Retail Manager for Shell New Zealand said that Shell is again pleased to pass on the benefits to New Zealand motorists and to keep our promise to bring our customers the best possible fuel prices.

Prices at most Shell service stations will now be 1.07.9 for Unleaded 91, 1.12.9 for Unleaded 96 Octane petrol and 61.9 cents per litre for Diesel. Shell's wholesale price will be reduced at mid night tonight (Tuesday).

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