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Press Release by Shell New Zealand

Press Release by Shell New Zealand

Shell has again led a price decrease with a 4 cent drop in petrol and diesel prices, effective 9.30am today, Monday 29 December.

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

Ultra 91 $135.9 (down 4cpl)
V-Power $140.9 (down 4cpl)
Diesel $107.9 (down 4cpl)

Today's price drop is due to the falling cost of refined product, which has not declined at the same rate as crude oil.

"While the falling cost of crude oil is widely reported by the media, it is only now that we are seeing the cost of refined product decline and we can pass that saving onto our customers. Even during the holiday season, Shell reviews its prices daily, and we act as quickly as we can to deliver the best price to Kiwis."

ENDS

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