Cleanfuel announces 3-day rollback on diesel

Cleanfuel Alabang-Zapote Station

Independent oil player Cleanfuel announced that it will implement a price rollback on diesel from today until March 18.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • For how long will Cleanfuel implement the price rollback?

    The price rollback will start today until March 18.
  • What product is covered in the price rollback?

    It is the company’s diesel offering.
  • In an advisory, a total of 64 stations will be having the pump price rollback of as much P5 per liter on the aforementioned product.

    Cleanfuel

    Below are the stations that will have a P5 per liter price cut:

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

    Cleanfuel San Ildefonso

    Meanwhile, the station mentioned below will have a P3 per liter price rollback:

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

    “Our latest move is to somehow ease the burden of our motorists who are at the receiving end of this oil price hike,” Cleanfuel Group of Companies President Bong Suntay said.

    Earlier this week, jacked up the price of diesel by 13.15 per litergasoline by P7.10 per liter, and kerosene by P10.50 per liter.

    Photos from Cleanfuel

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