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Thailand fuel/pump prices

Post by PeteC » Fri Mar 22, 2013 7:52 am

http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/local/3 ... -on-friday

Pump prices down on Friday

Published: 21 Mar 2013 at 17.53
Online news: Local News

PTT and Bangchak announced on Thursday they will reduce the pump prices of petrol and gasohol by 50 satang per litre, except gasohol E85, from 5am Friday.

The price of gasohol E85 will be cut by 30 satang per litre.

Pump prices per litre in Bangkok and nearby provinces will be as follows:

Petrol 95 46.25 baht

Gasohol 95 39.03 baht

Gasohol 91 36.58 baht

Gasohol E20 34.08 baht

Gasohol E85 22.68 baht

Diesel 29.99 baht
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Re: Pump prices down today

Post by PeteC » Thu Apr 04, 2013 7:51 am

.....Up today, I wouldn't be surprised to see another bump up before Songkran. Pete :cheers:

Higher pump prices Thursday

Published: 3 Apr 2013 at 16.28
Online news: Local News

PTT and Bangchak will increase the prices of petrol and gasohol, except E85, by 40 satang per litre effective from 5am on Thursday.

The price of gasohol E85 will go up 20 satang a litre . The diesel price will remain unchanged.

Pump prices per litre in Bangkok and nearby provinces from tomorrow will be as follows: Petrol 95 - 46.65 baht; gasohol 95 - 39.43 baht; gasohol 91 - 36.98 baht; gasohol E20 - 34.48 baht; gasohol E85 - 22.80 baht; and diesel - 29.99 baht.
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Post by PeteC » Fri Apr 12, 2013 7:40 am

Lower pump prices tomorrow

Published: 11 Apr 2013 at 14.27
Online news: Local News

PTT and Bangchak will cut the prices of petrol and gasohol by 0.40 baht per litre and gasohol E85 by 0.20 baht per litre, effective from 5am on Friday.

The diesel price will remain unchanged.

Fuel prices per litre in Bangkok and nearby provinces from tomorrow will be as follows: petrol 95 - 44.85 baht; gasohol 95 - 37.63 baht; gasohol 91 - 35.18 baht; gasohol E20 - 32.68 baht; gasohol E85 - 21.88 baht; and diesel 29.99 baht.
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Re: Pump prices

Post by PeteC » Thu Apr 18, 2013 7:43 am

Pump prices down Thursday

Published: 17 Apr 2013 at 17.31
Online news: Local News

PTT and Bangchak will cut the prices of petrol and gasohol fuels by 0.50 baht per litre, effective tomorrow from 5am.

The diesel price will remain unchanged.

Fuel prices per litre in Bangkok and nearby provinces from tomorrow will be as follows: petrol 95 - 44.35 baht; gasohol 95 - 37.13 baht; gasohol 91 - 34.68 baht; gasohol E20 - 32.18 baht; gasohol E85 - 21.38 baht; and diesel 29.99 baht.
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Re: Pump prices

Post by musungu » Thu Apr 18, 2013 10:12 am

prcscct wrote:Pump prices down Thursday

Published: 17 Apr 2013 at 17.31
Online news: Local News

PTT and Bangchak will cut the prices of petrol and gasohol fuels by 0.50 baht per litre, effective tomorrow from 5am.

The diesel price will remain unchanged.

Fuel prices per litre in Bangkok and nearby provinces from tomorrow will be as follows: petrol 95 - 44.35 baht; gasohol 95 - 37.13 baht; gasohol 91 - 34.68 baht; gasohol E20 - 32.18 baht; gasohol E85 - 21.38 baht; and diesel 29.99 baht.
Is this in line with world oil prices or is this a Thai Govt intervention in some way ?

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Post by PeteC » Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:31 pm

Diesel is government subsidized. I'm assuming the others are in line with their purchasing/import costs. Pete :cheers:
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Post by Big Boy » Thu Apr 18, 2013 7:20 pm

musungu wrote:Is this in line with world oil prices or is this a Thai Govt intervention in some way ?
prcscct wrote:Diesel is government subsidized. I'm assuming the others are in line with their purchasing/import costs. Pete :cheers:
This sounds about right. I still get a weekly e-mail regarding pump prices where I lived in the UK - a legacy of my life there. Petrol prices there have dropped by 2p a litre this week.
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Re: Pump prices

Post by Bristolian » Thu Apr 18, 2013 7:26 pm

The government have an official maximum price for diesel at 30 baht. The taxation levels between gasohol and diesel are quite dramatic 33% for diesel and approxThe conspiracy theorists are out in force with the proposition that the tumble in gold prices is US driven. With all of the US economic woes, fiscal cliff, QE etc., this is a way for the $ to gain strength as gold investors look elsewhere to place their wealth. 45% for petrol. The tax levels for both are the highest or close to the highest in the
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Re: Pump prices

Post by PeteC » Thu May 09, 2013 8:09 am

Pump prices up 0.40 baht a litre

Published: 8 May 2013 at 15.25
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PTT and Bangchak Petroleum on Wednesday announced that they are increasing pump prices by 0.40 baht per litre for all kinds of fuel except diesel.

The increase in pump prices takes effect from 5am on Thursday.

The new retail prices of fuel at PTT and Bangchak’s outlets in Bangkok and nearby provinces will be 44.75 baht per litre for petrol 95, 37.53 baht for gasohol 95, 35.08 baht for gasohol 91, 32.58 baht for gasohol E20 and 21.78 baht a litre for gasohol E85.

The price of diesel remains unchanged at 29.99 baht per litre.
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Re: Pump prices

Post by PeteC » Tue May 21, 2013 7:34 am

PTT and Bangchak will increase the prices of all kinds of fuel except diesel by 0.40 baht per litre, effective from 5am on Tuesday, May 21, 2013.

The price of diesel will remain unchanged.

Pump prices per litre in Bangkok and nearby provinces will be as follows: Petrol 95 - 45.15 baht; gasohol 95 - 37.93 baht; gasohol 91 - 35.48 baht; gasohol E20 - 32.98 baht; gasohol E85 - 22.18 baht; and diesel 29.99 baht.
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Re: Pump prices

Post by PeteC » Tue Jun 11, 2013 12:24 pm

Shell Thailand has increased pump prices for all kinds of petrol by 0.30 baht per litre, effective from 5am on Tuesday June 11.

The new retail prices of fuel at Shell’s outlets in Bangkok and nearby provinces is 46.05 baht a litre for petrol 95, 38.83 baht for gasohol 95, 36.38 baht for gasohol 91 and 33.88 baht for gasohol E20.

Price of diesel remains unchanged at 29.99 baht per litre.
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Re: Pump prices

Post by VincentD » Tue Jun 11, 2013 2:36 pm

Shell has petrol 95 again? I just filled up this morning at PTT, it was 45.75 baht a liter for benzine 95.
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Re: Pump prices

Post by PeteC » Wed Jun 19, 2013 7:55 am

PTT and Bangchak will raise the pump prices of petrol and all gasohol, except E85, by 0.30 baht per litre effective from 5am June 19.

The price of gasohol E85 will go up 0.20 baht per litre. The diesel price will remain unchanged.

Pump prices per litre in Bangkok and nearby provinces from tomorrow will be as follows: Petro 95 - 46.35 baht; gasohol 95 - 39.13 baht; gasohol 91 - 36.68 baht; gasohol E20 - 34.18 baht; gasohol E85 - 22.98 baht; and diesel 29.99 baht.
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Post by Big Boy » Wed Jun 19, 2013 8:08 am

prcscct wrote:The diesel price will remain unchanged.
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Re: Pump prices

Post by PeteC » Wed Jun 19, 2013 8:38 am

Big Boy wrote:
prcscct wrote:The diesel price will remain unchanged.
Long may it last :D :bow: :bow:
It will or they'll lose the next election. I still miss the days when it was around 8.5 :D
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