American oil giant ExxonMobil has raised its fuel prices by 3 cents a litre, barely a week after prices were lowered.
Esso stations are now selling 95-octane grade petrol at $2.02 a litre, while 92-octane is $1.98 and 98-octane is $2.39. The price of diesel is now $1.70 a litre. All prices are before discounts.
The adjustment makes Esso fuels the costliest here, except for 98-octane, for which it is the costliest after Caltex.
Brent crude, meanwhile, went from a low of around US$19.30 a barrel in late April to US$35.30 on Monday (May 18).
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