Sri Lanka unable to pay for Crude Oil shipment which reached port 40 days ago
Posted in Local News
The Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CEYPETCO) today (October 21) said that it has not been able to make payments for a Crude Oil shipment of 100,000 metric tons anchored in the Port of Colombo.
This Crude Oil shipment reached Sri Lanka over 40 days ago, and the Sapugaskanda Oil Refinery also had to be shut down due to shortage of Crude Oil.
However, the Ministry of Power and Energy announced that it made a payment for a shipment containing 40,400 metric tons of Diesel that reached Sri Lankan shores.
In addition, a payment was also made for a shipment of Jet Fuel, and the cargo is being unloaded.
Don’t worry we began to grow apples in two acre land . This is more than enough to pay for crude oil etc.
Welcome back Ranjith,
Have been busy ignoring Onlanka?
All clean now, i believe.
Yes I am back visiting Sri Lanka for the past 30 days. It was ok, Every thing was available. People seems to be happy and well fed and traveling as usual. I don’t know what this fuss is about. I am visiting again in December.
No No Mr Guy Goda. I just returned from Sri Lanaka after a month. Every thing was ok except rain.