- Petroleum Wholesale Licence
If you want to sell petroleum products (Diesel (50ppm & 500ppm), Petrol (93 & 95), Liquefied Petroleum Gas, Paraffin, Jet Fuel, Aviation Fuel, Bio-fuel) to commercial consumers for end use, you must apply for a petroleum wholesale licence from the Department of Energy.
The licence allows you to buy petroleum products in bulk (1 500 litres or more, per transaction of petroleum products) from a licensed manufacturer or other licensed wholesalers, and to sell it to end users.
- Petroleum Retail License
You must apply to the Department of Energy for a site and a retail licence if you want to buy or sell petroleum products to members of the public via a petrol service station.
Please note: A retailer is allowed to purchase petroleum products from a licensed manufacture or wholesaler only.
The licence will be valid for as long as your business operates.
- Petroleum Manufacturing License
If you want to manufacture petroleum products, you must apply to the Department of Energy for a manufacturing licence.
A petroleum manufacturer’s licence allows you to manufacture petroleum products and sell them to any licensed wholesaler or licensed retailer, except for export purposes.
Please note: you may not manufacture a petroleum product without a manufacturing licence.
How long does it take?
You should receive an outcome within 3 months from the date when the Department received proof of publication of the notice of application.