CPC suspends issuing fuel to four filling stations

CPC suspends issuing fuel to four filling stations

May 19, 2022   11:58 pm

The Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) says it has suspended supplying fuel to filling stations that have violated the rules, regulations and directives issued by the corporation.

Accordingly, the following Ceypetco filling stations are not at are not supplied fuel with effect from today (May 19): Makola South filling station, Nalla filling station, Pethiyagoda filling station in Kelaniya and Mirigama filling station

In a statement, the CPC said complaints were received reports about certain filling stations which had hoarded fuel volumes for making profits.

Meanwhile, some filling stations have disregarded the restrictions set in place for dispensing fuel volumes to vehicles, according to the CPC.

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