MANILA, PHILIPPINES — Oil companies have created another set of adjustments to fuel prices, effective this November 28, 2023.
The Department of Energy (DOE) reported in their Oil Monitor updates that oil companies in the Philippines would implement a no movement for gasoline. Meanwhile, diesel and kerosene prices will increase by P0.30 and P0.65/liter, respectively.
Oil firm also provided their own advisories regarding their fuel price hikes.
Effective 12:01 am, CleanFuel announced no movement for gasoline and P0.30 per liter for diesel.
Effective 6:00 am, PetroGazz will implement a price hike for diesel by P0.30 per liter and gasoline no movement.
Effective 6:00 am, SeaOil will implement no movement for gasoline, diesel by P0.30 per liter, and kerosene by P0.65 per liter.
Effective 6:00 am, Shell will implement no movement for gasoline while a price hike for diesel by P0.30 per liter, and kerosene by P0.65 per liter.
(For price advisories by other oil firms, you may bookmark this page for updates.)
Other fuel companies have yet to release new fuel price changes. However, the estimates for this week are the following:
- Diesel by P0.20-P0.50 per liter
- Gasoline by P0.00-P0.30 per liter
- Kerosene by P0.30-P0.50 per liter
According to DOE, the year-to-adjustments of fuel prices stand at a net increase of P12.30/liter for gasoline, P5.70/liter for diesel and P1.09/liter for kerosene. – WhatALife!