A million liter fuel convoy sets off to the south of Libya
Brega Oil announces the departure of one million liters of fuel and diesel for the south of the country to meet fuel shortages and demands
Brega Petroleum Marketing Company (BPMC), in collaboration with the National Oil Corporation (NOC), announced the launch of the first convoy carrying 1 million liters of fuel and diesel to the country’s south.
The company confirmed in a statement that the convoy was headed for the Sebha oil depot and that 11 direct stations of the four accredited distribution companies located prior to the Sebha oil depot would supply the areas from Shuerf to Brak Beach.
The company’s information office confirmed that the convoy left the Misrata oil depot following strict procedures and security measures in order to refuel citizens in the south.
Brega urged the relevant agencies to deploy security personnel to monitor the direct distribution of fuel to citizens, noting that they would publish daily lists and names of all fuel-receiving stations by quantity and region.
Other service agencies, factories, or their provisions were regulated by specific procedures that allowed them to receive their fuel entitlements directly from the warehouse rather than from the stations.
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