There are fuel mine resources available in Cambodia, due to the civil war for over two decades, those fuel mines are not exploited yet. Cambodia therefore is importing 100% of its fuel from outside of the country.
Cambodia imported 1.31 billion mt of oil in the first 10 months of 2013 and spent more than $1.6 billion importing fuel oil and petrol in 2012.
Information may also be found at: http://www.mytravelcost.com/petrol-prices/ which is updated monthly.
Fuel Prices per Litre as of December 2016
There are no significant seasonal variations regarding fuel prices in Cambodia.
Based on the present requirements, the transportation infrastructure and fleet are limited, but currently sufficient to handle domestic needs as well as demand from the humanitarian community.
Standards, Quality and Testing
Industry Control Measures
Do tanks have adequate protection against water mixing with the fuel?
Are there filters in the system which monitor where fuel is loaded into aircraft?
Is there adequate epoxy coating of tanks on trucks?
Is there a presence of suitable firefighting equipment?
Is there a national or regional standards authority?
If yes, please identify the appropriate national and/or regional authority.
National: Ministry of Commerce
If yes, are the standards adequate/properly enforced?
Are there national testing laboratories?
Fuel Quality Testing Laboratory
|Ministry of Commerce|
Telephone and Fax
|(855) 23 42 61 66|
Kim Meas Sok Seiha, Director of Consumer Protection & Fraud Repression Department (CP&FRD)
H/P Phone: (855) 12 38 78 78
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