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BP Reduces National Price to Lowest Level Since Mid-April

BP Reduces National Price to Lowest Level Since Mid-April


BP has decreased its national price by two cents per litre across all grades of fuel this morning.

Today’s decrease takes unleaded 91 to 193.9 cents per litre, BP’s lowest national price since mid-April.

BP Communications Manager Shelley Brady said further decreases in refined product costs had enabled the company to reduce prices.

“We know that this time of year can be tough for a lot of people, so we are happy to have been able to lower our national price today.

“Cost of product and exchange rates remain fairly volatile but we review our prices and the market every day and will continue to pass on savings to our customers whenever we can,” she said.

BP national prices as at 17 November 2015:

91 Unleaded 193.9 cents per litre

95 Unleaded 202.9 cents per litre

Ultimate 98 210.9 cents per litre

Ultimate Diesel 119.9 cents per litre

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