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* Three million-liter fuel storage for Sri Lanka's second international airport
Mon, Mar 7, 2011, 09:26 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Mar 07, Colombo: Sri Lanka Petroleum Corporation has planned to establish a fuel storage with a capacity of three million liters at the country's second international airport that is being built at Mattala in Hambanthota district of Southern Province.

Previously, it was planned to set up a fuel storage of one million liters. But the government has anticipated a higher need of fuel since it will be an international airport.

The Minister of Petroleum Industry Susil Premajayantha has submitted a cabinet paper in this regard.

Sri Lanka Petroleum Corporation bears all costs for the construction of the fuel storage and other constructions related to it.



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