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Wednesday, July 17, 2024

Fuel prices revised

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The Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC), Lanka IOC (LIOC) and Sinopec franchise filling stations have decided to revise their fuel prices with effect from midnight yesterday (Nov.30).

The price of Petrol 92 will witness a reduction by Rs.10 per litre, settling at Rs.346.

On the other hand, Octane 95 will experience an increase of Rs.3, reaching Rs.426.

Auto Diesel, on the positive side, is marked for a reduction of Rs.27, now priced at Rs.329.

Meanwhile, Super Diesel is subject to a Rs.3 increase, bringing it to Rs.434.

Also Kerosene will see a decrease of Rs.2, landing at Rs.247.

Meanwhile, the fuel prices of the Sinopec-operated filling stations and LIOC will also be revised.

Accordingly, a litre of Petrol 92 Octane has been reduced by Rs. 10, and its new retail price will be Rs. 346.

The auto diesel price has been reduced by Rs. 27, and its new retail price will be Rs. 329.

A litre of Petrol 95 Octane has been increased by Rs. 3, and its new retail price will be Rs. 426.

The price of Super Diesel has been increased by Rs. 3, and its new retail price will be Rs. 434.


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