Minister of Power and Energy Kanchana Wijesekera has released a report on how fuel prices have increased.
Accordingly, the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation is currently making a profit of Rs. 68.61 per liter of 95 octane petrol, Rs. 15.57 per liter of 92 octane petrol and Rs. 20.27 per liter of super diesel.
However, the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation is losing Rs. 8.52 per liter of auto diesel and Rs. 334.39 per liter of kerosene.
The relevant report is below.