With rains and flooding over, Shell raises fuel prices
Oil firm Shell Philippines raised the prices of its petroleum products in areas where it was previously frozen due to the rains and flooding. The price hike became effective midnight of Monday, August 20, according to a report on dzBB radio.
However, the report said the price hike does not apply to areas still under a state of calamity.
The price increases are:
P1.80 per liter for premium and unleaded gas
P1.60 per liter for kerosene
P1.50 per liter for diesel
P1.70 per liter for regular gas
Oil companies, including Shell, earlier said they would freeze prices in areas under a state of calamity due to the rain and floods, which left more than 100 people dead. — DVM, GMA News
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