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Petrol Creeping up again

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by sniperlover, May 11, 2009.

  1. sniperlover
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    [May 11, 2009]
    hi guys drove pass a shell tonight and unleaded is 99.9p.I guess it wouldnt be long before it hits the 1.00p mark.This fecking country.
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    [May 11, 2009]
    94.9 pence at Tescos by me tonight
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    [May 11, 2009]
    Is that standard unleaded? 99.9p is dear that's for sure, diesel is only just over that around here.
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    [May 11, 2009]
    100.9 at Shirley Triangle for V Power!!!
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    Oil has snuck up to $58 without anyone noticing. As oil is traded in barrels, the £/$ exchange rate is hurting us too. WTI was $58.11 yesterday; Brent was $56.99. £ was $1.519.

    If you look at the oil companies profits for Q1 2009 you'll see that refining margins are up - the refiners are selling wholesale petrol for more money. Quite a few refinieries worldwide have been shut in for long maintenance or with issues. Less capacity in the world market, so prices are up a bit.
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    [May 12, 2009]
    the best thing to do is we all start stealing it that will sort it out.....
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    [May 12, 2009]
    Once it creeps over psychological £1 barrier think rate of increase will get worse, that's what happened last time around :(
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    ok Double checked again and its unleaded 99.9p and diesel 103.9p.sh!t
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    93.9 here :)
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    [May 13, 2009]
    Filled up at the services on the way home couple of days ago, the BP/Shell at Newport Pagnell I think, £1.08p a litre....
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    [May 13, 2009]
    94.9 for premium still for my Rav4, over a quid per litre for derv and V-Power though.
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    god damn them oil companies!
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    94.9p/l for U/L at the Shell Layby on the A34 just south of M40.

    Now 96.9p at Tescos Bicester 2 miles away!!

    Cheers,
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    Yep. Oil companies barely own any of the petrol stations. Most are franchise. But you know that they own all the ones at motorway services where they charge you an extra 5 - 10p a litre. I used to work for Esso, and tried to avoid using them all the time. Did I get an empolyee discount? Did I f**k.
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