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Gull Petroleum Drop Fuel Prices

Gull Petroleum Drop Fuel Prices

As part of Gull Petroleum’s ongoing commitment to the consumers Gull is pleased to announce a 2 cent drop in fuel prices

Today Gull stations across the country are dropping their fuel prices by 2 cents.

The drop in petrol and diesel prices will bring petrol prices in the main centers where Gull is represented down to around 117.9 cents per litre for regular (91 octane) petrol and the cost of premium (96 octane) petrol will fall to 122.9 cents per litre.

Gull’s Low Sulphur Diesel (400ppm) will drop to around 79.9 cents per litre.

Gull’s retail operations manager Ulrik Olsen says, “This price drop is the sort of thing that proves that Gull is leading the price reductions and that the underdog can make a difference both in major centers and smaller towns”

“As New Zealand’s only independent fuel supplier Gull is committed to providing sharper prices, better quality fuel and more choice for New Zealand consumers.”

Gull will continue to provide both a cheaper and more environmentally friendly option for New Zealand motorists.

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