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  1. Do u all feel that with the shift in our attention towards rising coe prices, we have forgotten how crazy petrol prices have become? Are we getting used to rising petrol prices too?
  2. I eat at the Pasir Panjang hawker centre often, and the petrol stations across the road are my go to places to fill up, so it gave me an interesting opportunity to see the process of the rebuilding of the SPC station along the main road. When they declared renovations and closure, with the distribution of vouchers, I figured it might just be a promotional thing to share vouchers, but I noted that the down time was almost three months, so something might be afoot and be of interest to MCF members.. This station has been here for a while, and retains the old colors and branding, so I guess the company decided to refresh the look. I was also keen to see if this station will be converted to a EV charging station too.. so stay tuned.. Firstly what it looked like before renovation: The rear view, courtesy of Google Maps And here we go! The work began in mid May.. Some mysterious tanks - for the fuel I guess? They don't look like EV related stuff Pouring of cement Almost there New cladding and signs Man at work
  3. SPC is having a new SPC&U card. Register it online, you will get 17% discount in oct 2014 instead of 15%. If you have registered online to get 17% and intend to use with UOB card, please pump $62. $62-17%-$3 = $48.46 (21.8% discount) If you didn't register online and intend to use with UOB card, just pump $60. $60-15%-$3 = $48 (20% discount)
  4. Do you feel that their 95 feels like esso/shell 92? That's why their 95 is cheaper?
  5. SPC resists pump price increase a week after others raised rates source: https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/transport/spc-resists-pump-price-increase-a-week-after-others-raised-rates?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=STFB&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR0riyu-qQWhlDuunHkbnXoI3eZJs9--j4YqPhfJtlVlAPIHYrrpUTn4VjY#Echobox=1590495078 SINGAPORE - In an unusual move, Singapore Petroleum Co has kept its pump prices unchanged since May 6, bucking a trend which saw all other pump operators raising prices a week after the last downward adjustment. The Chinese-owned company's pump prices before discount remain the lowest, with 98, 95 and 92-octane petrol grades at $2.33, $1.99 and $1.95 per litre. Its diesel is $1.64 per litre. All others, led by Esso on May 18, have raised prices which are three to eight cents per litre higher than SPC's. The company was unable to say how it was able to keep its rates unchanged even as wholesale petrol prices have been trending upwards since late-April. Queried by The Straits Times, an SPC spokesman said: "At SPC, we monitor the market closely and periodically review and adjust pump prices, as well as promotions, to reflect prevailing market conditions. "SPC has always offered competitive pricing for our petrol and diesel products and will continue to do so." Oil industry consultant Ong Eng Tong, however, said the PetroChina company was able to deviate from other pump operators because it now has its own direct source of fuels. "It no longer has to depend on other oil companies like previously," he said, adding that "as a Chinese company", it wants to assert its presence among "the Western companies... especially now". The other Chinese operator - Sinopec - is unable to do likewise because it gets its supplies from Shell, Mr Ong said. Usually, pump operators will all adjust prices within days of each other. SPC's stance, though unusual, is not its first. Early this year, it also resisted a round of price increases, which saw all the other players raising petrol and diesel prices by three cents a litre from Jan 6. Within a week, the other players reverted to their previous rates. SPC's rates are now the lowest that fuel prices have been since 2015, before government petrol duty was raised.
  6. Hi Everyone I am using Shell so have no use for the SPC coupons. It is a booklet consisting of 6 X $3 off every $50 petrol purchase for each month of June, July and August 2016 Only valid at SPC Punggol and SPC Sengkang If anyone is interested, please PM me. First come first serve. Only 1 booklet sorry. Self collect from my carpark (Punggol area). cheers
  7. Which petrol brand you prefer the most? I personally is a Caltex lover. Got ocbc atm and freaking near my house.
  8. Pump more than $80 at SPC, you get the peel and win card. Collected 3 and redeem S$5000. What stations have you collected so far? I have collected 2 till date (AMK Ave 1 and YCK station). Still short of the last 1(Seng Kang) http://spc-2015.wizwerx.com/promotion/peel-win-with-posb-everyday-card Any fellow MCF-ers got the remaining card? Maybe can share and go collect prize money together?
  9. I cannot post in General Discussions, so here goes: Last week I filled up at SPC Upp East Coast and I noticed that the dispensed quantity is less than calculated (see attachment). Here's what I mean: Qty dispensed (as stated on receipt) 18.017 litres Amount paid $41.08 divided by price of fuel $2.23 = 18.42 litres Comments?
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