At least two oil companies on Sunday raised the price of liquified petroleum gas (LPG).
In its text advisory, Total Philippines said it increased raised the price of LPG by the cylinder by P2 70 per kilogram.
Petron said it raised LPG prices by P2.15 per kilogram and auto LPG by P1.34 per liter.
Petron said that the price change does not cover Cebu and Bohol, which are still recovering the last month’s deadly earthquake.
The adjustments, Petron claimed, reflects “movements in international LPG contract prices for the month of November.”
Other oil companies have not announced their own price adjustments as of post time.
RUBEN D. MANAHAN 4TH