Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 14:04:36 +0000 (UTC) From: Craig Ian Dewick <craignospamlet.apana.org.au> Subject: Re: Super Unleaded Fuel in UK
Charles Christacopoulos <c.k.christacopoulos_removeme_nospamee.ac.uk> writes: >As far as unleaded fuel is concerned *ordinary* unleaded is the >commonest. In Britain (IMHO) people are not prepared to pay for premium >priced fuels. There again the UK probably has some of the most >expensive fuel in Europe. >Having been to Greece this summer, the oil majors were advertising >unleaded fuel at 100 octane etc etc etc. Maybe in the right country >there is a market for more expensive fuels. Perhaps. Here, BP has just begun pushing it's 'Ultimate' fuel again. 98 RON apparently. Very good for my Saab if it is, but the price (about 15 to 20 percent more than regular unleaded and about 10 percent more than most of the mid-range 'premium' unleadeds) is prohibitive. Craig. -- Craig Dewick - craignospamlet.apana.org.au - Founder/maintainer of the SunShack at www.sunshack.org - Operator of Jedi (an APANA Sydney PoP) - please visit www.jedi.apana.org.au or www.sydney.apana.org.au for more detailed information Lover of SpamAssassin - high quality open-source spam killing for the masses!