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All pump prices at PTT and BCP down by 40

BANGKOK, 17 July 2015 (NNT) – Oil retailers, PTT and Bangchak have announced a 40 satang reduction in pump prices for all kinds of fuel, excluding benzene, starting 5am on Saturday. As a result, PTT and BCP’s diesel prices will drop to 24.09 baht per liter. Benzene retail price at PTT will remain at 34.76 […]Read More

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Pump prices down again tomorrow

PTT and Bangchak will lower prices of all varieties of gasoline and diesel fuel, except gasohol E85, by 50 satang per litre, effective from 5am Saturday. The price of gasohol E85 will be lowered by 20 satang per litre. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More

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Benzene prices dip further this morning: EPPO

BANGKOK, 10 Dec 2014, (NNT) – The Energy Policy & Planning Office (EPPO) has ordered state-owned oil retailers and refineries PTT Plc. and Bangchak Plc. to reduce their Benzene prices by 40 satang beginning this morning. Minister of Energy Narongchai Akkaraseranee made the announcement yesterday after a meeting with the EPPO, during which a 20-year […]Read More

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Benzene and diesel prices to go down, natural gas prices

BANGKOK, 3 December 2014 (NNT) – The government’s energy policy committee on Tuesday resolved to lower the prices of benzene and diesel fuels, and to raise the prices of both LPG and NGV fuels. Energy Minister Narongchai Akrasanee said after chairing the committee’s meeting that the decision to adjust fuel prices was made to allow […]Read More

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Benzene prices drop between 1-3 baht per liter following EPPO

BANGKOK, 29 August 2014 (NNT) – Good news for all Thais. Benzene prices have dropped in accordance with the Energy Policy and Planning Office’s drive to adjust the oil prices structure. The EPPO on Thursday resolved to adjust the rates of contribution toward the Oil Fund, imposed on retailed fuels. Under the resolution, benzene 95 […]Read More

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Gasohol consumption on the rise in Thailand

BANGKOK, 11 February 2013 (NNT) – The Department of Energy Business reported a continued rise in gasohol demand as benzene 91 is expected to become unavailable by the end of March. Director-General Viraphol Jirapraditakul said that refineries in Thailand have already halted the production of 91 octane petrol since Jan 1, 2013, but its sales […]Read More

Technology

Free car engine modification service after halt of Benzene 91

BANGKOK, 15 January 2013 (NNT) – The Department of Energy Business of Thailand is providing car engine modification services for free in a bid to help drivers who have been affected by the discontinuation of Benzene 91 sales since 1 January 2013. Director-General of the Department of Energy Business Weeraphon Chirapraditkul confirmed on Tuesday that, […]Read More