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Shell leads a price decrease again

Shell leads a price decrease again

Shell has again led a price decrease with a 5 cent drop in petrol prices, effective 10.45pm today, Monday 10 November.

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

Ultra 91 $157.9 (down 5cpl) V-Power $162.9 (down 5cpl) Diesel $125.9 (no change)

The price of crude oil has been steadily falling and this is continuing to flow through into the cost of refined product. The kiwi dollar also continues to stabilise, helping us to pass on the savings to motorists. We have not seen the same drop in the cost of diesel, but will continue to monitor on a daily basis so we can pass the best possible price onto Kiwi drivers.

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