• New fuel subsidy structure: updates for Tuesday

    As you are reading this, the Cabinet Commitee on Inflation meeting regarding our country’s fuel subsidy system has already been running for about more than half an hour. The results of this meeting will be […]


  • Najib: ban on refueling foreign cars delayed

    The issue on whether petrol pumps in border towns can sell fuel to foreign-registered vehicles is still unclear, as different people in different ministries seem to be saying different things, all within the span of […]


  • New fuel subsidy plan in the next 3 months!

    The announcement of a new fuel subsidy plan is not likely to happen anytime soon as the cabinet meeting to discuss the subsidy issues as revealed by Second Finance Minister Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop […]


  • Grand Saga highway barrier is a fuel guzzler!

    You may be wondering about the strange headline for this post. If you have been reading papers for the past few days, you would be aware of the whole Bandar Mahkota Cheras and Cheras-Kajang Expressway […]


  • Foreign cars banned from filling up near border

    The government has banned all petrol stations within 30 to 50km from the Malaysia-Thailand border and the Malaysia-Singapore border from selling fuel to foreign cars beginning this Friday (30th May 2008) onwards. This would include […]


  • Nor: Revised fuel subsidy to be decided soon

    Second Finance Minister Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop revealed last week that the new scheme for subsidised fuel will be revealed in a few month’s time by the Prime Minister, and will benefit low to […]


  • ePetrol: possible fuel subsidy control mechanism?

    Those who attended the World Congress on Information Technology 2008 (WCIT 2008) this week may have spotted this display by ePetrol Sdn Bhd. While the company was more friendlier and interested in demoing to Datuks […]


  • Subsidised petrol soon only for verified Malaysians

    According to Berita Minggu, Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Dato’ Shahrir Samad says Malaysians may soon have to present their identity cards at petrol stations before being able to fill up their fuel tanks […]


  • New diesel subsidy plan to be implemented soon

    The government has opened a Request for Proposal to all quarters for suggestions on how to implement a more suitable diesel subsidy scheme that is more effective in preventing abuse and wastage, according to Domestic […]



Latest Fuel Prices

RON 95 RM2.08 (0.00)
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Last Updated 11 May 2019