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Shell – Another Cent On Petrol & Diesel Prices

Shell Goes Again – Another Cent On Petrol And Diesel Prices!!!

Shell has dropped petrol and diesel prices by a further cent across its service station network, on top of the six cent reductions it has introduced since last Friday.

This brings Shell led fuel reductions to more than 20 cents over the past two and a half weeks.

Shell says with volumes increasing as a result of its market led initiative, it has been able to offer a further top-up to motorists.

“Shell is committed to being the most innovative, cost competitive company in the country. Motorists are responding to our better prices, and our service stations are enjoying this new brand loyalty. As a result, we are able to pass on another benefit to customers.”

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Antonius Papaspiropoulos
Corporate Communications Manager – Oceania

Ph: 04-498-0380
021-459-868


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