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Shell Price Decrease


Shell New Zealand has again decreased the price at the pumps today with a 4 cent decrease in petrol, effective 10.45 this morning, Monday 28 September.

Shell fuel (at the majority of Shell outlets) is now priced at:

Ultra 91 154.9 (down 4cpl)
V-Power 161.9 (down 4cpl)
Diesel 99.9 (no change)

Today's price drop reflects a decrease in the cost of product and a strong New Zealand dollar.

This is a total of 8 cents decrease in petrol over the last few days. Shell also led a 4 cent price decrease at 8am on Saturday morning.

Shell would like to remind motorists that fuel excise duty (FED) on petrol and road user charges (RUC) increases 3 cents per litre effective Thursday, 1 October.

Shell reviews its prices daily, and we act as quickly as we can to deliver the best price to Kiwis.


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