Oil Monitor as of 11 September 2018


 

WORLD OIL PRICES  (September 3-7, 2018 trading days)

Dubai crude has increased week-on-week by almost US$0.80 per barrel. MOPS gasoline and diesel have also increased week-on-week by around US$1.50 and US$1.45 per barrel respectively.

Reasons for the Adjustment

Factors affecting crude oil prices:

  • Oil prices rose as the number of U.S. rigs drilling for new production was cut last week and as the market is expected to tighten once U.S. sanctions against Iran’s crude exports kick in from November.

  • On the supply side, sanctions on Iranian crude exports, and deeper production losses in Venezuela, are expected to push prices upwards but increased output from Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and non-OPEC members should help cap the gains.

Asian gasoil (diesel) market

  • Sentiment in the Asian gasoil market remained bullish, with traders still seeing upside that would aid in providing support to fundamentals

Asian gasoline market

  • The Asian gasoline market saw a boost in activity on the back of fresh tenders from Indonesia and Kuwait. This, coupled with tight regional supplies, kept the overall sentiment buoyant. Currently the market is pretty tight, starting from the Persian Gulf there are refinery issues so they are pulling a lot barrels from the East, and China exports are at a low.

FOREX:  Week-on-week value of Philippine Peso depreciated against the US dollar by P0.20 to P53.62, from P53.42 in previous week.

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DOMESTIC OIL PRICES      

Effective 11 September 2018, most of the oil companies implemented a price increase of P0.65/liter for gasoline, kerosene and diesel.

Year-to-date total adjustments stand at a net increase of P8.50/liter for gasoline and P9.00/liter for diesel.

As monitored, shown below are the retail prices in Metro Manila beginning September 11, 2018.

Products Price Range Common Price
P/liter
Gasoline (Ron91)  51.65-59.87 57.15
Gasoline (Ron95)  52.65-61.70  58.85 
Gasoline (Ron97)  53.35-64.45 60.40
Diesel 42.26-48.69  46.60 
Diesel PLUS 46.40-53.20 49.35 
Kerosene 48.32-58.50 48.32
LPG, P/11-kg cylinders 620.00-840.00  

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Oil Monitor as of 05 September 2018


WORLD OIL PRICES  (August 27-31, 2018 trading days)

Dubai crude  has  increased week-on-week by almost US$2.80 per barrel.  MOPS gasoline and diesel have also increased week-on-week by around US$2.50 and US$3.20 per barrel respectively.

Reasons for the Adjustment

Factors affecting crude oil prices:

  • Crude oil prices are likely to rise  further in 2018 and may remain above  $75 a barrel for some time, owing to  the geo-political situations across  the world—including Iran sanctions and  drop in Venezuela production, according  to the International Energy Agency  (IEA). Geopolitical events, natural  disasters could impact the market if  a potential storm system currently off  the coast of Africa strengthens and heads to the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Declining  shipments  from  Iran  ahead  of the imposition  US  sanctions  on  Tehran in November.
  • These global market scenario could relieve upward pressure on prices unless the Organization  of  the  Petroleum  Exporting  Countries  (OPEC) go for a significant increase in production, said  Fatih Birol, the Executive Director of the International
    Energy Agency (IEA).

Asian gasoil (diesel) market

  • The Asian gasoil market is still tight with leaner supply availability and is still quite strong with steady demand.

Asian gasoline market

  • limited  supply  boosted trading  sentiment  on  the market  this  week amid recent refinery troubles.

FOREX:  Week-on-week value  of  Philippine Peso depreciated against  the US  dollar by P0.02 to P53.44, from P53.42 in previous week.

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DOMESTIC OIL PRICES      

Effective 04 September 2018, most of the oil companies implemented a price increase of P0.95/liter for  gasoline and kerosene; diesel by P1.20/liter.

Year-to-date total adjustments stand at a net increase of P7.85/liter   for gasoline and P8.35/liter  for diesel.

As monitored, shown below are the retail prices in Metro Manila beginning September 04, 2018.

Products
Price Range
Common Price

P/liter

Gasoline (Ron91)
46.15 - 59.97
56.40

Gasoline (Ron95)
50.40 - 61.78
56.80

Gasoline (Ron97)
52.82 - 63.91
59.52

Diesel
42.30 - 49.10
45.35

Diesel PLUS
44.15 - 52.43
48.10

Kerosene
47.42 - 57.36
52.66

LPG, P/11-kg cylinders
620.00-840.00
 

* RON 95

For more information, call the

Department of Energy
Pricing: 840-2187
LPG: 840-2130
Fuels: 840-5669
SMS: (0915) 4469421
Email: oilmonitor@doe.gov.ph
Website: https://www.doe.gov.ph

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