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Vivo Energy, the company behind the Shell brand in Ghana, has reduced the ex-pump prices of petroleum products at Shell service stations in the first window for the month of April in line with new market trends.

Customers, who visit any Shell service station nationwide, should expect a reduction of GH¢0.05 (5 pesewas) per litre at the pump.

The new prices took effect from 6pm on Monday and Shell FuelSave Diesel is currently selling at GH¢4.07 per litre while Shell FuelSave Super sells at GH¢4.08 per litre.

In a statement signed by Ebenezer Faulkner, Managing Director, Shell announced that it was committed to providing motorists with the best value through quality fuel, products and services at the best prices.

“At our Shell service stations, the customer is the focus of our business and we will continue to provide them with fuel designed to last longer at no extra cost,” he said.

Vivo Energy continues to provide quality Shell fuel and lubricants, coupled with extensive additional convenience offerings at Shell service stations, including various payment platforms- Shell Card and Ezypass, as well as shops, restaurants and service bays.

Source: http://dailyguideafrica.com