Ground clearing begun around 3 tanks
The price revision will be done inline with the newly introduced pricing formula based on global prices
CPC and CPSTL have not been operating on Sundays and public holidays in the last 4 months
Lanka Industrial Kerosene will be cut by 60 rupees a litre to 270 rupees.
Saliya Wickramasuriya appointed as chairman of Ceylon Petroleum Corporation and Ceylon Petroleum Storage Terminals Ltd
Kerosene was out of stock in the market as Sri Lanka’s sole oil refinery that produced kerosene remained shut.
On Sunday August 21, Sri Lanka hiked the price of kerosene from 87 rupees per litre to 340 rupees per litre.
A local refinery began production on August 20 after being closed for months
"CPC & CPC reforms are a must & will continue to work to implement them."
A second ship carrying 120,000mt crude oil is expected on the following week.
Wijesekera said the complaint also requests the CID to look into distribution irregularities.
The move also aims to promote a greener transportation sector, a statement said.
“Fuel price revisions will take place again on September 01,” the ministry official said on Tuesday August 16.
"We plan to commence bus services 100 percent islandwide. If not 100 percent, at least 90 percent should be doable."
One BRN and a mobile number is enough to register commercial vehicles to the QR system
Total debts, including projects loans for expansion was now valued at Rs612bn
Wijesekara tweeted that the ship will arrive at the Colombo port Thursday night.
It will be reopened upon the anticipated arrival of a crude oil shipment on August 13, he said.
90 percent of fuel distribution in Sri Lanka is done by the state-run Ceylon Petroleum Corporation.
LIOC also go the approval to appoint 50 new dealers
"We will put out the advertisements and open them in the fifty locations."
"The ministry will look at the possibility of allocating additional quotas for those requirements on a separate QR code"
Miranda said long distance buses will be given around 125-150 litres of diesel at a time.
Sri Lanka motorists say the waiting time to pump fuel has reduced significantly.
"We also have to limit selected imports in order to balance the payments for fuel."