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Gull Petrol Prices

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22 March 2013 - Gull fuel prices vary across many sites, with the company passing on every benefit it can to motorists.

At company controlled outlets and including GST:

Gull Regular 91 Octane Petrol ranges in price from $2.059 to $2.140 per litre
Gull Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel ranges in price from $1.409 to $1.499 per litre

Gull expects that the other oil companies – operating in close proximity to Gull sites – will continue to match Gull’s price.

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