The committee has been set up amid the country’s fuel crisis which was caused by the regime’s mismanagement of the energy sector and foreign exchange.
Factories, restaurants, taxi drivers and other service providers warn that they will have to down tools unless fuel supplies increase and prices fall.
Rising fuel prices, restricted supplies and armed conflict across the country are driving numerous businesses towards bankruptcy.
Fuel importers say they are struggling to ensure supplies because of the regime’s restrictions on foreign exchange.
The junta claims fuel deliveries have been delayed by Thingyan while long queues form across the country.