National Fuel Pass implemented at CEYPETCO and LIOC sites

The National Fuel Pass has been implemented at all CEYPETCO and LIOC sites across the island as of yesterday (01). The Department of Power and Energy said the fuel pass should be strictly adhered to.

The ministry released a statement observing that the newly introduced system has reached the milestone of testing its QR-based fuel dispensing system at over 1,000 stations with over 1,000,000 transactions to date.

The National Fuel Pass, which was introduced to provide the public with a convenient and easily accessible solution for obtaining fuel and to facilitate an allowance-based method of fuel distribution, also exceeded 4.8 million vehicle registrations in this day.

The ministry asked the public to register with the National Fuel Pass and support the initiative to enable an accessible and equitable method of fuel distribution based on allocation. In addition, options have been provided for users to register multiple vehicles with their business registration and for government institutes to register as well, the ministry noted.

“To register for a Fuel Pass, visit and follow the registration process, after which a unique Fuel Pass in the form of a QR code will be displayed – which can be saved to a mobile device or printed to be produced at fuel outlets Under the newly introduced system, each vehicle, once registered for the Fuel Pass, will be allocated a weekly fuel quota, which will be renewed each Sunday evening (any quota not used will not be carried forward) the ministry also noted.

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