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Shell Leads Price Decrease

Shell has led a five cents per litre price decrease for petrol and diesel across its national network.

Effective from 3pm today, the price of both petrol and diesel will decrease by five cents.

New prices are:
Ultra 91 170.9 cpl
Ultra Hi 95 175.9 cpl
Diesel 125.9 cpl

Shell said the decrease is attributed to an overall reduction in both the price of crude oil and also refined product, as well as an ongoing strengthening of the New Zealand dollar.


ENDS


Internet: www.shell.co.nz

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