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BP leads national price at pumps

BP LEADS NATIONAL PRICE AT PUMPS FOR SECOND TIME IN ONE WEEK

BP dropped its price nationally for the second time this week this morning.

Today’s decrease brings national unleaded 91 prices below two dollars.

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

“We understand the impact that petrol prices have on our customers so we are happy to be able to pass through another decrease today.

“We always pass on savings to our customers whenever we can and today’s decrease is further evidence of that.

“We are continuing to monitor cost of product and exchange rates as there is still a lot of volatility in the market,” she said.

The price decrease has been applied to all grades of fuel at BP’s company-owned stores around the country.

National board prices as at 15 October 2015:

91 Unleaded 199.9 cents per litre

95 Unleaded 208.9 cents per litre

Ultimate 98 216.9 cents per litre

Ultimate Diesel 121.9 cents per litre

ENDS

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