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    meron ba this weekend, dapat ba mag full tank ako mamaya he he

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    Quote Originally Posted by LHV View Post
    meron ba this weekend, dapat ba mag full tank ako mamaya he he
    next week sigurado

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    thanks, I was checking the local news couldnt find any definite answer there

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    Itong umaga tinaas...

    http://business.inquirer.net/money/b...-start-March-1

    Oil price increases start March 1
    By Amy R. Remo
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 21:31:00 02/28/2011

    MANILA, Philippines—(UPDATE) Motorists should brace themselves for steeper-than-usual increases in fuel prices this week.

    Phoenix Petroleum Philippines was the first to announce increased pump prices—P1.25 per liter for gasoline and P1 for diesel starting 6 a.m. Tuesday. Eastern Petroleum quickly followed suit, announcing a P2 increase for all products effective the same time.

    Chevron Philippines (formerly Caltex) will also increase by P1.25 per liter its WPP of Gold, Gold E10, Silver, Silver E10 and Regular gasoline and P1 per liter for diesel and kerosene.

    Chevron and Phoenix said the rise in the cost of these oil products would reflect the increase in the prices of refined petroleum products in the international market.

    Energy Undersecretary Jose M. Layug Jr. warned in an interview Monday that there would be “unusually higher increases” this week due to fears that the unrest in Libya would continue and spill over to other oil-producing countries, disrupting the fuel supply.

    An industry source claimed a P2-per-liter hike may be in the offing, unless oil firms choose to stagger the fuel price increases.

    Layug did not disclose the computations of the Department of Energy (DoE) but made an appeal to the oil companies over dzIQ radio to implement the hike in tranches to cushion the impact for motorists.

    Prices of Dubai crude as of Monday already passed the P100 mark, reaching $104-$105 a barrel, according to Layug.

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    Oh well,- tapos, traffic pa. Ubos ang pera mong bata ka....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post

    Oh well,- tapos, traffic pa. Ubos ang pera mong bata ka....

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    Iyak tawa nalang ang mga sasakyang lumalaklak ng krudo/diesel ngayon, huhuhu...

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    Mapadalas na naman ang gamit ko sa 11 year old Isuzu Highlander nito. Ok consumo but like h#*l to drive..

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    kulang pa yung price hike

    maybe another one later this week or next

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    ^^^ Yup, that's what it looks like, bro....

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