Petrol@SG

Petrol@SG Logo I am tracking the petrol prices in Singapore (Petrol@SG) for easy viewing and comparison for the benefits of all drivers. This page will be updated as frequently as possible, hopefully close to the prices changes released by the different providers. With increased attention by the public on the trending of the petrol prices, I have also created a chart to monitor the prices of crude oil versus the petrol prices in Singapore. ** Disclaimer: Crude oil price is only one of the many factors that affects the prices of petrol. Please do your own analysis and inference. 


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48 Comments  to  Petrol@SG

  1. c tan says:

    dunno if im am reading the chart correctly. crude oil prices came off by more than 50% and petrol prices are only adjusted downwards by 5-15%?
    also realized almost all the petrol companies are pretty much selling their ron92/95/98 at the same price. i guess it doesnt matter which station you go to…

  2. Richard says:

    Please make your site mobile friendly. The price table gets cut off at the right (Shell and SPC columns not displaying) on iOS device like iPhone. Thanks!

    • colin says:

      HI Richard,

      Thanks for the feedback. I will work on it when I am available.

      In the meantime, you may wish to view my site as “Desktop”.

  3. Sandra says:

    Thank you so much for the hard work. I was wondering, how come petrol price did not decrease despite a drop in crude oil prices? After I visited your website, I realised, it did. Luckily, otherwise I would go ranting about petrol stations without checking the facts.

  4. Hi Colin,

    love your work and analysis and would like to contribute. We created a Mobile app (Android and iOS) that gathers prices from the community contributions. This is especially significant for Esso that doesn’t share an official pricing with the public.

    If you want I can send you anonymous prices submissions in order to have more up-to-date data. For free obviously, just to help your work 🙂

  5. TH Tan says:

    Hi Colin,
    I appreciate the effort you and partner are putting into this information gathering activities. Thank You for the effort.
    The complexities involved and their ever-changing dynamics on oil price discoveries vs the pump prices which are at the tail-ends of such relationships, have to be appreciated.
    email me if wish to explore further.
    regards
    TH Tan

  6. Joablee says:

    Hi

    1st time into the site. I can see great effort put in and i do appreciate it. Thank you for your contribution to help drivers save cost.

    Thanks.

  7. Hui Shan says:

    Hi Collin,

    I am a student studying at NTU, currently doing my FYP. I realised that Petrol Watch has ceased updating its website but instead switched over to using Facebook instead. I chanced upon a post in Facebook where a user had a similar request as me and was referred to this website.I will actually like to seek your help in obtaining the historical pump prices of petrol from the 4 companies. I actually appreciate how closely Petrol Watch monitor petrol price movement and it is this detailness of the data that we require for our project. I will be really grateful if you will be able to share the data with me by sending me an email.

    Thank you!

    Hui Shan

  8. Jason says:

    Good job and effort is very much appreciated

  9. SirLancerEx says:

    Esso drop 2c

  10. Jason says:

    Pump prices have increased accross all brand and grade since yesterday (May 22)

  11. Ken says:

    Rather than complaining, I thank you for the efforts.

  12. SirLancerEx says:

    price changed but still no update??

  13. james says:

    Hi Colin,

    I am feeling that the comment is getting longer. It will come a time that it gets too long to scroll down. Is it possible to get the latest comment to be on top?

  14. kk says:

    Price reduction since yesterday, at least for SPC:
    LEVO 98 2.310
    LEVO 95 2.210
    LEVO 92 2.170
    Diesel 1.700

  15. Desmond says:

    Hi Collin bro, petrol price updated.

    Caltex
    Regular 92 S$2.170
    Premium 95 S$2.210
    Platinum 98 S$2.370
    Caltex Diesel S$1.700

    SPC
    LEVO 98 2.310
    LEVO 95 2.210
    LEVO 92 2.170
    Diesel 1.700

  16. hello says:

    Hi Collin, are you able to indicate ^ or v like the petrolwatch web site so that users will know whether the price or petrol have increased or decreased. Thanks!

  17. Ken says:

    Thanks, appreciate the effort. Keep it going.

  18. Elantra2012 says:

    Caltex 20 February 2013 430PM
    92-$2.200
    95-$2.240
    98-$2.400
    Diesel-$1.730
    Shell 20 February 2013 6PM
    95-$2.240
    98-$2.360
    V-Power-$2.620
    Diesel-$1.730

  19. SirLancerEx says:

    Esso also up liow …

  20. Elantra2012 says:

    SPC 8 February 2013 1230PM
    92-$2.200
    95-$2.240
    98-$2.340

  21. Elantra2012 says:

    Shell 7 February 2013 3PM
    95-$2.240
    98-$2.360
    V-Power-$2.620
    Diesel-$1.700

  22. kk says:

    Hi Colin, the Levo95 should be 2.20 leh.

  23. Adam says:

    Wouldn’t it be good if there is a note on where to get discount voucher (if there is at any petrol station).

  24. Elantra2012 says:

    Caltex 7 February 2013 12PM
    92-$2.200
    95-$2.240
    98-$2.400
    Diesel-$1.700

  25. Daryl says:

    Esso up petrol 4 cents on 2nd Feb 2013 @ 4pm

  26. Jean says:

    Thanks for doing this. Petrolwatch’s prices are still stuck as at Nov 2012!

  27. boarlet says:

    Hi esso price just went up at 6pm today 4cts

  28. Concern says:

    Anyway, well done Colin. Thumb up !

  29. digusted says:

    You took petrolwatch’s information and posted it here?

    • colin says:

      Nope, consolidated the prices from the individual stations. PetrolWatch’s prices is not updated regularly, so just want to provide ppl with more up-to-date information to make informed top-ups. You can always visit PetrolWatch for more information such as credit card and other deals. This page is not intended for other purposes except for reporting of fuel prices. 🙂

  30. james says:

    ESSO 8000 price should be same as SHELL 98.

  31. Kelvin says:

    Hi. Your price for SPC 98 and Esso 98 is not correct. SPC 98 is $2.180 and Esso 98 should be $2.180 or $2.190? I am not sure for Esso. Thank you.

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