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【Hong Kong – November 22, 2013】 We are pleased to announce that the new Shell Fanling (North) station was newly opened on November 17 (Sunday). This new Fanling (North) station, located on Sha Tau Kok Road, together with our existing Fanling station will further strengthen our services within that region, and hence, supporting the future development of the North East New Territories. The new Fanling (North) station has also incorporated a number of new elements in its design to enhance customer experience.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Shell, customer can redeem $100 Shell fuel voucher for every $500 (net of discount in a single transaction) purchase of gasoline at Hong Kong and Macau Shell stations (except Shell airport stations in Hong Kong) respectively on 11 August 2013. The more you fill up, the more coupons you can get. So, don’t hesitate, fill up at Shell this Sunday.
Shell Hong Kong Limited announces that there will be a price increase on Shell domestic LPG of HK$1.07 per kg and HK$2.61 per cubic metre according to the current pricing mechanism. Effective from 0000 hours on July 27, 2013 (Saturday), the new wholesale price for domestic cylinder LPG will be HK$12.65 per kg, and the listed price for domestic piped-in LPG will be HK$37.76 per cubic metre.
Shell Hong Kong Limited announces that there will be a price decrease on Shell domestic LPG of HK$1.95 per kg and HK$4.75 per cubic metre according to the current pricing mechanism. Effective from 0000 hours on April 27, 2013 (Saturday), the new wholesale price for domestic cylinder LPG will be HK$11.58 per kg, and the listed price for domestic piped-in LPG will be HK$35.15 per cubic metre.
Shell Hong Kong Limited announced today a pioneering pilot programme on a cleaner low-sulphur fuel in support of government’s plans to reduce ship emissions in Hong Kong’s waters.