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> Malaysian Estimated Weekly RON95/RON97 Price, RON95 ◆, RON97 ▲ on 23/3 (Calculation)

Lone Wolf X
post Mar 19 2019, 04:59 PM

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isr25 Minor corrections to your statements,

If you have proof that the fuel is not compliant you report to Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change (MESTECC) or the Department of Environment.
Thru the powers under the Environmental Quality Act 1974 they imposed standards on Euro4 and Euro5 for petrol and diesel, more specifically the Environmental Quality (Control of petrol and diesel properties) regulation.
Anyone found to have made an offence under this Act can be fined or jailed.

https://www.doe.gov.my/portalv1/wp-content/...d.php?id=317458


EURO6 is not a fuel standard.
It is a emission standards for cars, vans, lorries, buses and etc.
Your car has to be certified that it is EURO6 compliant.

https://ec.europa.eu/growth/sectors/automot...on/emissions_en


QUOTE(isr25 @ Mar 19 2019, 02:43 PM)
All RON97 fuel in Malaysia is EURO4M compliant, and all RON95 fuel in Malaysia is EURO2M compliant - no matter what brand of fuel you are using. If you have any proof that they are not complying, you can make a report to KPDNKK. All other fuel types (Shell V-Power Racing & Petron RON100) are at least EURO4M compliant.

There are a few types of Diesel available, either EURO2M (Black hose) or EURO5M (Blue hose). The price difference between the 2 is 10 sen.

EURO4M is more environmentally friendly compared to EURO2M due to the significantly less sulphur content. Other countries such as Singapore are already using EURO6 fuel.
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post Mar 20 2019, 10:27 AM

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QUOTE(isr25 @ Mar 19 2019, 02:43 PM)
All RON97 fuel in Malaysia is EURO4M compliant, and all RON95 fuel in Malaysia is EURO2M compliant - no matter what brand of fuel you are using. If you have any proof that they are not complying, you can make a report to KPDNKK. All other fuel types (Shell V-Power Racing & Petron RON100) are at least EURO4M compliant.

There are a few types of Diesel available, either EURO2M (Black hose) or EURO5M (Blue hose). The price difference between the 2 is 10 sen.

EURO4M is more environmentally friendly compared to EURO2M due to the significantly less sulphur content. Other countries such as Singapore are already using EURO6 fuel.
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Wow ! Never know our Euro5 diesel blue hose is 5M standard ...

Too bad, we don't have new green diesel engine passenger cars sub100k available for sale here
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post Mar 20 2019, 10:43 AM

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back to topic. What would be the price for 97 now. 95 will still be capped @ 2.08 for sure
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post Mar 20 2019, 10:53 AM

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QUOTE(leinnz @ Mar 20 2019, 10:43 AM)
back to topic. What would be the price for 97 now. 95 will still be capped @ 2.08 for sure
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Can always check the latest estimated prices at the limk below

https://goo.gl/cpYiBN

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post Mar 20 2019, 02:20 PM

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QUOTE(isr25 @ Mar 20 2019, 10:53 AM)
Can always check the latest estimated prices at the limk below

https://goo.gl/cpYiBN
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Seems like another 6 sen increase for RON97 this week?
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QUOTE(ayamback @ Mar 20 2019, 02:20 PM)
Seems like another 6 sen increase for RON97 this week?
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Most likely, yes. Stay tuned tomorrow for a more confirmed number
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post Mar 21 2019, 07:56 AM

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Calculation and table of estimated price can be found at this link: https://goo.gl/cpYiBN

If calculating 14/3 to 20/3 cycle (Thursday to Wednesday - weekends are using Friday prices), RON95 should be around RM2.30, and RON97 should be around RM2.60.

However, since they announced that RON95 will be capped at RM2.08/l, my estimate, that they will be announcing that RON95 will maintain at RM2.08 and RON97 price will go up by 6 sen to RM2.60 (±1 sen).

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post Mar 21 2019, 12:25 PM

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Wow, go up again?

I still pump RON 97 now.. If goes above RM 2.60, need to downgrade back to RON 95 sad.gif

The price difference is too significant with RON 95, +50 cents difference
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RON 97 up 7 cents.. sad.gif
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QUOTE(-PuPu^ZaPruD3r- @ Mar 21 2019, 12:25 PM)
Wow, go up again?

I still pump RON 97 now.. If goes above RM 2.60, need to downgrade back to RON 95 sad.gif

The price difference is too significant with RON 95, +50 cents difference
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