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Oil firms cut pump prices effective Tuesday

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MANILA, Philippines—Local oil firms are rolling back fuel prices, citing downward international price adjustments.

Petron, Shell, Seaoil and PTT announced a decrease of 30 centavos per liter for gasoline, 65 centavos for diesel and 70 centavos for kerosene from 12:01 a.m. Tuesday. Eastern Petroleum is cutting gasoline prices by 35 centavos per liter and diesel by 70 centavos.

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Independent oil player Phoenix Petroleum said it would lower gasoline prices by 30 centavos per liter and diesel by 65 centavos effective at 6 a.m.

The rollback reflects softening prices of refined petroleum products in the international market, the companies said.

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Year to date there has been a net decrease of five centavos per liter in gasoline prices, while diesel has seen a net decrease of P1.35 per liter.

Oil prices dropped internationally, particularly in the United States, toward the end of last week’s trading as the United States announced a test sale of crude oil from its emergency stockpile.

Originally posted: 12:56 pm | Monday, March 17th, 2014
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