Sri Lanka’s Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) is planning to implement a daily automated price revising system from next year, Minister of Power and Energy Kanchana Wijesekera said.
Sri Lanka revises the price of fuel on the first of every month.
State run CPC raised the price of 92 octane petrol by 20 rupees to 348 rupees, effective from midnight July 30.
95 octane petrol was also increased by 10 rupees to 375 rupees a litre.
Super diesel was increased by 12 rupees to 358 rupees a litre, but auto diesel was reduced by 2 rupees to 306 rupees.
The price of kerosene was also reduced by 10 rupees to 226 rupees.