Ceylon Petroleum Corporation, the Sri Lankan state-owned petroleum refiner, has started construction of a tank farm that should double the company’s storage capacity local media has reported.
The country’s Petroleum Minister, Arjuna Ranatunga, is reported as saying that ten tanks with a total capacity of 11,200 metric tons were being built at a cost of $2.7m.
The tanks are being constructed on the outskirts of the country’s capital and are the first new capacity added for around four decades.
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8th Jan 2018