NNPC See what Corporation is saying about PMS scarcity on twitter

Following the recent scarcity in Premium Motor Spirit (Petrol) in Nigeria, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation NNPC took its twitter page to address the issue.

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Fuel station queue worsen, PMS sells at N200/litre at black market play

Fuel station queue worsen, PMS sells at N200/litre at black market

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Following the recent scarcity in Premium Motor Spirit (Petrol) in Nigeria, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation NNPC took its twitter page to address the issue.

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According to NNPC, the corporation is partnering with major oil marketers to solve the current emerging queues in fuel stations. The corporation said it has increased its daily fuel distribution by 50 trucks in Abuja and Lagos and supply in the Port Harcourt, Calabar,Kano & Kaduna areas have been increased to ensure availability of petroleum products across the country.

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NNPC further said that within the last 48hrs it has received 6 cargoes and from today, March 1, 2016 atleast one cargo will be received daily.

 

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