Thai Energy Ministry to probe gasohol shortage

Petrol station in Thailand

Petrol station in Thailand. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

The Energy Ministry vows to act against oil retailers illegally stockpiling the fuel following complaints about oil being sold out at petrol stations after a state policy to cut the prices of gasohol 91 and gasohol 95.

Thai Cabinet Cuts Gasohol 91 Price by 2.50 Bt/Litre

Petrol stations started reducing the price of gasohol 91 by 2.5 baht a litre and gasohol 95 by 1 baht a litre on the morning of Nov 7.

Full story: Bangkok Post

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