Oil prices slashed yet again Tuesday | Inquirer News

Oil prices slashed yet again Tuesday

/ 07:06 PM December 28, 2015

MANILA, Philippines — Local oil companies are cutting the pump prices of petroleum products on Tuesday (Dec. 29), countering last week’s increases for gasoline and following through with decreases for diesel.

According to their separate announcements, prices of gasoline will go down by 60 centavos per liter, of diesel by 20 centavos, and of kerosene by 40 centavos.

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Seaoil is taking the lead with the changes taking effect at 12:01 a.m. of December 29.

Petron, Pilipinas Shell and Phoenix Petroleum Philippines said they would do so six hours later at 6 a.m.

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The oil firms said the price cuts were meant to reflect the downward movement in the international market.

In the series of weekly price movements at the pumps, this latest round of changes sums up at decreases for all three petroleum products this month.

For gasoline, cumulative price changes for December shows a decrease of 70 centavos per liter.

Cumulative price cuts are more significant for diesel at P3.50 a liter as well as for kerosene at P3.65 per liter.  SFM

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