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Cleanfuel to implement temporary rollback for diesel

Motorists in select areas will have a slight reprieve from the successive hikes in pump petroleum products as Cleanfuel on Wednesday announced a rollback for the next three days.

In an advisory, Cleanfuel said it temporarily reduced prices of diesel from 4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 16, and will last until Friday, March 18, 2022.

Below is a list of the covered areas:

  • P5 reduction per liter

Amang Rodriguez, Binalonan, Bagumbong, Boni Avenue, Boni Serrano, Commonwealth, Congressional Extension, Dagat-Dagatan, Dasmariñas, Dimasalang, E.Rodriguez, Espanya, Kawit, Lemery, Lipa, Magliman, McArthur, Olongapo, Pedro Gil, Pioneer, Philam, P. Tuazon, Quirino, Samson, San Fernando La Union, Santa Rosa, Sumulong, Taytay, Timog, V. Luna.

  • P3 per liter

Angeles, Baclaran, Bacoor, Balagtas, Baler, Biñan, Bokawkan, Calamba, Congressional, EDSA-Caloocan, EDSA Cubao, Halsema, Imelda, J. Abad Santos, Kamagong-Vito Cruz, Los Baños, Mabalacat, Magsaysay, Mayon, Meycauayan, Ortigas Ext., Ortigas West, Pozorrubio, Pulilan, Rosario (La Union), San Ildefonso, San Luis, San Pablo, Shaw Boulevard, Soledad, Sariaya, Sucat, Tanay, Villasis,

The temporary rollback comes as the country has so far recorded 11 straight weeks of increases in pump prices of petroleum products, with gasoline prices up by P7.10 per liter and diesel by P13.15 per liter on Tuesday alone.

The Department of Energy (DOE) has maintained that the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine has hit global prices, which in turn impacted domestic prices.

Latest DOE data show that year-to-date adjustments stood at a total net increase of P13.25 per liter for gasoline, P17.50 per liter for diesel, and P11.40 per liter for kerosene as of March 8, 2022.

The same data revealed that prices in Metro Manila range from P59.85 per liter (Caloocan) to P84.55 per liter (Muntinlupa) for gasoline, and from P55.20 per liter (Pasig) to P73.39 per liter (Taguig) as of March 10, 2022.—AOL, GMA News