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    #11
    small players import finished products.

    Petron and Shell import crude oil and refine it.

    iba po ang pricing ng crude oil sa finished products.

    mas madali para sa small players mag adjust ng presyo coz buy and sell lang sila. di sila nag rerefine.

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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by coiter View Post
    next fill ko sa Flying V or SeaOil na! grabe, diesel ay 44.70 vs 46.98 ng big 3. that's more than 2 pesos per liter. sa weekly kong 1,000 petot na refill, aba, more than 1 liter din difference!

    dati naman sa Flying V ako nagpapakarga ok naman. yun nga lang, medyo out of route yung station. luckily meron nang bago malapit sa amin. yehey!

    Agree!

    We can always go to other stations aside from the big three.

    Eastern Petroleum, Jetti, Express, Phoenix etc...lots of other station that sell cheaper oil

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    eh di dapat mag import nalang din sila ng finished product.. In the U.S the average cost of petrol gasoline is $3.00/gal. its around 3.78liter.. with current exchange rate of P48.08/$1.. so dapat mga P38.00/l and price.. pero we don't know how they compute their pricing...

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    #14
    Quote Originally Posted by iho250 View Post
    $180++/barrel of oil = 50++/liter of gasoline - reasonable
    $71 /barrel of oil = 47++/liter of gasoline??!!-

    we don't need a mathematician to solve the equation, actually, it's not even math! it's just plain and simple logic! even an elementary student can find the logic behind that! why won't they give us a big time rollback??!! well, whatever the reason is, i'm sure it's BS...
    Oil hit $147. Gasoline prices peaked at around 60 pesos, at a 5 peso under-recovery... it was supposed to hit over 65 before the oil bubble burst. EDIT: could have hit 70, actually... thank goodness that's over with... for now.

    Oil is moving back up, but the Big Three have more rigid pricing structures than the small players, so it takes more time for them to lower. But they are going lower.

    And if you think gasoline is overpriced, why don't you just buy at SeaOil or Flying V? Or better yet, do what those of us who balked at high gas prices did... get LPG.
    Last edited by niky; October 21st, 2008 at 01:01 PM.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #15
    my car chokes on cheap gas hence, bad fuel consumption. i wonder why.

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by A121 View Post
    my car chokes on cheap gas hence, bad fuel consumption. i wonder why.
    sakin naman walang car choke.. parang o talagang kulang yung kinakarga nila.. before kasi when my gasoline gauge in on 3/4 level i fillup 500 petot so balik ulit sa full level mahal pa gas nun mga 8 liter lang.. then last week i fillup sa unioil (3/4 yung level sa gauge ko) sa may airport road P500 hindi pa umabot sa full level pero more 10 liters yung na refill.. their something wrong... may daya yung pump station na yan....

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by alainroyce View Post
    eh di dapat mag import nalang din sila ng finished product.. In the U.S the average cost of petrol gasoline is $3.00/gal. its around 3.78liter.. with current exchange rate of P48.08/$1.. so dapat mga P38.00/l and price.. pero we don't know how they compute their pricing...
    umm... EVAT

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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by alainroyce View Post
    sakin naman walang car choke.. parang o talagang kulang yung kinakarga nila.. before kasi when my gasoline gauge in on 3/4 level i fillup 500 petot so balik ulit sa full level mahal pa gas nun mga 8 liter lang.. then last week i fillup sa unioil (3/4 yung level sa gauge ko) sa may airport road P500 hindi pa umabot sa full level pero more 10 liters yung na refill.. their something wrong... may daya yung pump station na yan....
    bro medyo mahirap makuha kung ganyan tantyahan lang kasi. try nyo sa Jetti macapagal 95RON prime 46.20pesos only pakarga ako last week sat. ok naman ang performance for civic 93ron req and revo na 95ron req.

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    #19
    yung mga oil companies na mabilis mag rollback, they are betting oil price would keep falling.

    Umaasa sila na ang mga future order nila magiging mas mura kesa sa stock nila ngayon.

    Pero what if mali ang bet nila?

    tumaas pala...

    So may under recovery tuloy sila.

    Di tulad ng mga hindi nagmamadali mag rollback, steady lang presyo nila...

    Di sila naiipit sa biglang pag taas.

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    SYDNEY, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Oil gained over $1 to top $75 a barrel on Tuesday, rising for the third consecutive session
    Last edited by uls; October 21st, 2008 at 02:00 PM.

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    #20
    agree with raine. maganda kung full tank hanggang leeg na labanan if you want to know the accurate FC and at the same time kung may daya. malaking factor ang kabisado mo average FC kasi pag nadaya ka alam mo agad dahil bababa bigla yan, lalabas more number of liters ang ikinarga. computation mo ganito:

    distance travelled / # of liters loaded = kms/li.


    but since first time ko rin magpa full tank sa unioil, next fill up ko malalaman kung nagkadayaan hehe. if ever balik Dmax ako.
    Last edited by XTO; October 21st, 2008 at 03:23 PM.

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rollback!!!