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BP Leads Further Price Reduction at the Pumps

BP Leads Further Price Reduction at the Pumps


BP has this morning led a national price reduction on petrol and diesel at its company owned stores.

BP has decreased the price of 91 unleaded petrol by 3 cents per litre and diesel by 2 cents per litre, bringing the price of 91 unleaded at BP owned service stations to under $2 per litre.

91 Unleaded $ 199.9 cents per litre ($1.999)
95 Unleaded $ 208.9 cents per litre ($2.089)
Ultimate 98 $ 216.9 cents per litre ($2.169)
Ultimate Diesel $ 119.9 cents per litre ($1.199)


“We understand the impact petrol prices have on our customers, so whenever possible we will pass on price decreases”, BP Communications Manager Shelley Brady said.

“We have seen costs for refined product dropping over the past week so we are happy that we have been able to pass on these savings to our customers.

“This marks the second decrease BP has led this week. A total of 5 cents per litre has been removed from 91 unleaded over the past few days.

“We don’t know what shape the market will take going forward and exchange rates remain volatile, but it’s great that we can pass these benefits through to motorists quickly at the moment,” she concluded.


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