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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 and diesel prices, effective 11.00am today, Wednesday 19 November.

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

Ultra 91 $148.9 (down 5cpl)
V-Power $153.9 (down 5cpl)
Diesel $120.9 (down 5cpl)

The price drop is due to the continued decrease in the cost of refined product.


Since 17 July, petrol has dropped a total of 70 cents per litre. Diesel has dropped 65 cents since the 8th of July.

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