The fifth fuel price rollback of 2022 will see P3.10 slashed off the per-liter price of diesel.
Most major local oil companies put the fuel price hike in effect beginning at 12:01 AM on Tuesday.
The war in Ukraine continues to send ripples throughout the global fuel supply.
After what seems like endless fuel price hikes, oil companies have set only the fourth rollback of the year for this Tuesday.
Fuel prices will receive a price hike for what will be the 14th time this year due to various global crises.
Motorists are advised to gas up this weekend as gasoline and diesel prices are expected to increase by April 26, 2022.
Pump prices will be on the rise again for the week of March 29 to April 24, 2022.
Caltex, Cleanfuel, Petro Gazz, Pilipinas Shell, Seaoil, Total, and Unioil will all participate in the rollbacks.
Amidst high prices, here’s a silver lining in the form of a fuel price rollback predicted by the Department of Energy.
The Department of Energy and the Department of Finance are making some statements and moves to help curb the effects of rising oil prices.
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Quezon City has already acted on its own as it began handing out P500 fuel vouchers to beneficiaries.
The government agency thinks that fuel prices will still go up but will not hit the P100 per liter mark based on the data that it has.
In light of high fuel prices, here’s some food for thought.
Petron and Petro Gazz announced fuel price discounts amid rising prices in the Philippines.
The Department of Energy (DOE) has formed a task force to address possible coming oil supply shortages.
Flexible-fuel cars are in the cards for Maruti Suzuki. It’s currently exploring the technology in India.
The cash grant will benefit around 178,000 jeepney drivers until the end of the year.
The DOTr could step in to subsidize fuel for public utility vehicles to keep fares from hiking up.
Fuel prices go up the more premium you go, but there are things to consider if you really want to save at the pumps.
Fuel prices are dropping by a big margin due to several factors.