The Ceylon Petroleum Corporation says fuel samples have been obtained from the Narammala, Kurunegala filling station and sent for laboratory testing, after a video circulating on social media made allegations over fuel quality.
Issuing a statement today the CPC said the bowser carrying the allegedly contaminated fuel will be brought to Kolonnawa for an inspection.
The CPC statement read that the bowser delivered 92 octane petrol to two filling stations in Dambadeniya, prior to delivering fuel to Narammala.
Investigations carried out at the two filling stations did not uncover any problems on fuel quality.
It was revealed that 6 million litters of 92 octane petrol was distributed island wide yesterday where 472 bowsers were used for distribution.
The statement issued by the CPC explained that no complaints were lodged pertaining to the quality of fuel from other filling stations thus far.
It also said proper standardization procedures are followed where relevant samples are tested regularly when releasing fuel from a terminal or warehouse.
The Ceylon Petroleum Corporation said consumers can lodge complaints if they have any suspicion regarding fuel quality by calling 0115 234 234 and 0115 455 130.