At least two oil companies on Sunday increased the price of liquified petroleum gas (LPG) to welcome the month of November.
In its text advisory, Total Philippines announced that they have raised the price of LPG by the cylinder by P2.70 per kilogram.
The price movement, according to them, took place at 6 a.m. on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Petron announced that they have jacked up the price of their LPG by P2.15 per kilogram (value-added tax and autoLPG by P1.34 per liter since November 1).
However, it was only Petron, which stated that the price hike excludes Cebu and Bohol.
The adjustments, Petron claimed, reflects “movements in international LPG contract prices for the month of November.”
Other oil companies have yet to announced their respective adjustments as of press time.