Vivo Energy is Ready to Sell RON Fuel In accordance with Government Set Price

By : Hariyanto And Aldo Bella Putra | Tuesday, October 24 2017 - 19:30 IWST

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Vivo Energy (ist) - Jakarta - PT Vivo Energy is ready to compete in the Fuel Petroleum (BBM) business, including selling the Research Octane Number (RON) 88 according to the price set by the government.

Corporate Communication Vivo Energy, Maldi Al-Jufrie, explained, it is ready to compete with the old players in the business of trading BBM. It will sell fuel with RON 88, RON 90 and RON 92.

"We sell Revvo 88 (RON 88) for Rp6.550, Revvo 90 Rp7.500 and Revvo 93 Rp8.250," said Maldi in Cilangkap, Jakarta, Monday (23/10/2017).

Maldi said Vivo Energy decided to sell fuel with RON is already in the internal review. "We have done an internal study why sell that type," he said.

He admitted the company has got a profit despite selling fuel RON 88 whose price has been set by the government.

  "Yeah (We've got a profit really), it has been set by the government (RON 88 price)," explained Maldi.

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