Brega confirms the availability of fuel at all of the company’s warehouses
As a result of increase load shedding hours, fuel consumption has risen drastically in the country leading to the overload on the operation of most fuel distribution stations
Brega Oil Marketing Company assured that fuel was available in all of the company’s warehouses and that the distribution companies’ operational and supply operations were functional and operating at a normal rate.
The company assured citizens that fuel was available in the company’s warehouses and that there was no need for station congestion, especially since temperatures had dropped significantly following last week’s heatwave.
Brega explained in a statement that the unstable electricity grid and increased loads were overloading the operation of most fuel distribution stations.
The company also claimed that the distribution companies, which are followed by the fuel stations, are still receiving orders as usual and that the men of the oil industry are still running the orders.
The extension of load shedding hours to 14 and 16 hours per day in some areas has resulted in a dramatic increase in the use of generators to compensate for the loss of electricity for extended periods of time, resulting in a significant increase in fuel consumption.
Abdul Hamid Debaiba, Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, met with the head of the general electricity company (GECOL) and demanded that the electricity crisis be resolved as soon as possible at any cost, calling on board members to meet their responsibilities in serving the public.
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