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Sri Lanka to switch to 92-octane from January 2014
30 Dec, 2013 14:35:18
Dec 30, 2013 (LBO) - Sri Lanka will start selling petrol with an Octane count of 92 from January 2014 and will discontinue 90-octane fuel, petroleum minister Anura Yapa said.
Minister Yapa said state-run Ceylon Petroleum Corporation and the second player Lanka IOC will both sell 92-Octane petrol.

There will be no change to retail prices.

CPC will have to incur a cost of around 80 cents to one rupee per litre to provide 92-Octane petrol, he said.

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