MPPE sells locally-produced petrol to stabilise fuel oil price

DSC 0244 An employee at a gas station fills up a car. Photo Phoe Khwar copy
An employee at a fuel station fills up a car’s oil tank.  
Photo: Phoe Khwar

In order to stabilize the fuel oil price in the local market, the Myanmar Petroleum Products Enterprise (MPPE) is selling petrol, produced in Myanmar, at state-owned fuel stations.
The MPPE has put on sale petrol, produced from the Petrochemical Complex (Thanbayarkan), Myanma Petrochemical Enterprise, under the Ministry of Electricity and Energy, at Ks3,800 per gallon at state-owned fuel filling stations. According to private filling stations in Mandalay, the price of a litre of
diesel reached around Ks690 in the retail market, while one litre of high quality diesel was sold at Ks975, Octane 92 at Ks950, Octane 95 at Ks995 and petrol at Ks900 on 30 July.


Thiha Ko Ko (Mandalay)

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