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Shell has dropped the price of diesel by 6 cents

Shell has dropped the price of diesel by 6 cents per litre effective 3.30pm today, Wednesday 15 October.

Shell fuel (at the majority of Shell outlets) is now priced at:

Diesel is now $141.9 a litre (down 6cpl) Ultra 91 is $189.9 (no change) V-Power is $194.9 (no change)

There continues to be a lot of instability in the Kiwi dollar, but the diesel refined price has fallen enough to allow a 6 cent decrease at the pump.

Diesel has dropped 44 cents since the 8th of July. The last diesel price decrease was 6cpl on October 1st.

Shell will continue to monitor prices regularly in light of the volatile economic conditions.


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