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Thursday, May 30, 2024

CEYPETCO, LIOC announce revised fuel prices

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In a significant development, CEYPETCO (Ceylon Petroleum Corporation) has made adjustments to fuel prices.

The price of Octane 92 Petrol has seen a reduction of Rs. 9 bringing it down to Rs. 356 per liter. On the other hand, Octane 95 Petrol has experienced an increase of Rs. 3, now standing at Rs. 423 per liter. Meanwhile, Auto Diesel prices have risen by Rs. 5, with the new rate being Rs. 356 per liter.

The most significant change is observed in the pricing of Super Diesel, which has seen a substantial increase of Rs. 10 reaching a new rate of Rs. 431 per liter. Additionally, Kerosene prices have also increased by Rs. 7, now costing Rs. 249 per liter.

Meanwhile, LIOC also revised the fuel prices according to the CEYPETCO prices.


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