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State fuel storage facilities regularly meet demand

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A tanker is seen docking at Thilawa Port.

Maj-Gen Zaw Min Tun, leader of the SAC’s Information Team at the 17th press conference, said that the demand for fuel oil could be met regularly due to the stockpiling of the State reserve fuel.
In some areas, there may be temporary imbalances in supply and demand, but the necessary arrangements are being made between importers and retailers over time to alleviate these problems.
An OSS team has been set up at the Thilawa depot, which specializes in petrol retail outlets,” said Maj-Gen Zaw Min Tun.
As of June, about 17 vessels carrying various types of fuel oil arrived, and a sufficient amount of fuel was stored in the country. The systematic scrutiny of fuel oil imports has already allowed ensuring sufficiency, and the State was balancing the entire fuel distribution chain, he added.
A 10-member distribution supervision committee was formed with the supervision of the Ministry of Commerce to effectively manage the entire distribution sector of fuel oil storage.
On 2 July, the price of Octane 92 was K2,060 per litre in Yangon, K2,100 in Nay Pyi Taw, and it costs K2,105 in Mandalay.
Octane 95 per litre is K2,170 in Yangon, K2,215 in Nay Pyi Taw, and K2,220 in Mandalay, respectively.
Similarly, diesel costs K2,435 per litre in Yangon, K2,475 in Nay Pyi Taw, and K2,480 in Mandalay, respectively.
The premium diesel price is K2,460 per litre in Yangon, K2,505 in Nay Pyi Taw, and it is selling at K2,510 in Mandalay. —TWA/GNLM

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