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Petron Corp. on Monday raised the prices of its cooking gas by P14.30 per kilo or P157.30 per 11-kg tank, radio dzBB's Manny Vargas reported...Meanwhile, though Aklan, Bohol, Leyte, and Samar provinces did not experience a similar hike as in other
Ang was quoted as saying. We are nearing the completion of major projects that will further boost Petron's competitive advantage and performance, he added. Petron will complete its $2-billion Refinery Masterplan Phase 2 (RMP-2) the single largest
44 am Wednesday, August 14th, 2013 Cavite Governor Juanito Victor Remulla. PhilippinesNinety nine-percent of the leaked diesel in the recent oil spill had already evaporated, Cavite Governor Juanito Remulla claimed on Wednesday.
Philippines Philippine Coast Guard divers have found a leak in a submerged pipeline of the giant oil firm Petron Corp. off the coast of Cavite, indicating it was the source of last week's oil spill that turned parts of Manila Bay red and adversely
Asis Perez, head of the fisheries and aquatic resources bureau, said he has banned the harvesting and sale of shellfish from these areas until further notice. Garcia said the coast guard decided not to use chemical dispersants as they would poison
First semester net income reported was P1.1 billion from just P183 million in 2012. The listed local oil giant said it is still the leading oil company in the Philippines with a 38 percent market share as of March 2013 because revenues are driven
PhilippinesThere are no more big-time oil smugglers in the country today, a high Bureau of Customs official declared at a media forum Thursday, claiming that large-scale oil smuggling was a thing of the past. Fernandino Tuazon, director of the BOC'
AN independent senatorial candidate for this year’s May 13 polls has blamed a Philippine official over the rampant oil smuggling in the country. Ricardo Penson on Friday said that if there’s
PhilippinesLocal oil companies are adjusting prices of fuel and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) products effective Tuesday, to reflect the movements of oil prices in the global market. Petron Corp. and Total Philippines both slashed prices of cooking
PhilippinesLocal oil companies were to cut prices of petroleum products one stroke after midnight Friday to reflect the continued decline of oil prices in the global market. Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp., Petron Corp., Seaoil Philippines, Chevron