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Gull Petrol Drops 3c At the Pump

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Gull Petrol Drops 3c At the Pump

Auckland 5 November 2012 - Gull has announced a 3c per litre drop in petrol prices at the pump, effective immediately.

“This latest move reflects changes in the refined fuel price,” says Graham Stirk, Retail Manager, Gull New Zealand.

“As a New Zealand based company Gull is committed to providing value for money for Kiwi motorists.“

At the majority of Gull outlets where Gull controls retail prices, prices are as follows:

Price per litre at unmanned sitesPrice per litre at traditional sites
Gull Regular Plus (91 Octane)$2.039$2.069
Gull Regular (91 Octane)$2.039$2.069
Gull Force 10 (98 Octane)$2.189$2.219
Gull Diesel Max (biodiesel blend)$1.469$1.509
Gull Low Sulphur Diesel$1.499$1.509


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