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Shell sets P4-B capex for 2019
PILIPINAS Shell Petroleum Corp. (PSPC) is setting aside P4 billion for capital expenditures next year, with its retail business cornering the biggest share of the budget, its top official said.
Oil firms to raise fuel prices tomorrow
Oil companies will impose this week the biggest price increase for gasoline products so far this year at P1.60 per liter, with the prices...
Oil firms to roll back fuel prices tomorrow
Oil companies will be rolling back the cost of petroleum products this week to reflect the movement of prices in the international market. Kerosene will...
Oil firms to hike fuel prices on Tuesday
After last week's price cut, oil companies this week will raise the prices of petroleum products to reflect the movement of prices in the...
Shell sets P4.29 billion capex for 2018
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp. has earmarked P4.289 billion as capital expenditure for 2018 to cover the year's outlay for its retail as well as...
Pilipinas Shell profit climbs 26% in 2017
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp. posted a net income of P10.4 billion in 2017, citing strong growth in retail volume and regional refining margins as...
Polluted water in hand, Nigerian king takes Shell to court in...
LONDON -- King Emere Godwin Bebe Okpabi holds up a plastic bottle containing contaminated water from his community in Nigeria, proof of oil pollution...
Shell launches ‘Do More’ campaign
Ads & Ends Nanette Franco-Diyco DRIVING FROM MAKATI to White Plains nowadays takes an average of two hours at peak times. In the name of...
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