Litro to increase LP gas prices


Litro gas Sri Lanka

The price of a 12.5 kg domestic cylinder of Litro LP gas is to be increased by an amount between Rs. 200 and Rs. 250 with effect from today (November 06).

The Litro Gas company said that the exact amount will be announced later.

Litro Gas prices are revised on the 05th of every month based on the pricing formula, in accordance with the price fluctuations in the world market.

According to Litro Gas Lanka Ltd, two ships transporting gas are scheduled to reach Sri Lanka on Saturday (November 05) and Sunday (November 06).

Litro Chairman Muditha Peiris said the two shipments will transport 3,750 metric tonnes and 3,780 metric tonnes of gas respectively.

He said orders placed for gas will be sufficient until April 2024.

A new stock of Litro Gas cylinders is scheduled to be released to the market in January 2023.

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