Agreements signed with China’s Sinopec…

May 22, 2023  



Sri Lanka’s Ministry of Power and Energy signed a contract agreement with Chiuna’s Sinopec, a leading international petroleum company, at the Presidential Secretariat in Colombo today (22), for a long-term contract on the import, storage, distribution, and sale of petroleum products in Sri Lanka.

Secretary of the Ministry of Power and Energy M.P.D.U.K. Mapa Pathirana and Chen Chengmin, Managing Director of the Fuel Production and Marketing Department of Sinopec Company, signed the agreement in front of President Ranil Wickremesinghe, with representatives from both Sri Lanka and Sinopec in attendance.

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