NPA Assures Ghanaians Sufficient Fuel Supply

| Updated Feb 16, 2017 at 7:59am

 

 

The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) has assured the public of sufficient supply of fuel in the country to meet domestic demand contrary to some speculations in sections of the media.

The NPA said current stock position in the country indicates there is over 200 million litres of gasoil and more than 100 million litres of petrol at various depots throughout the country.

This was contained in a statement issued and signed by the Manager, Public Relations & Consumer Service, National Petroleum Authority, Yaro Kasambata.

According to the statement, these stocks are expected to last up to 6weeks. Additionally, over 73 million litres of gasoil and 46 million litres of petrol are expected to be delivered into the country from the February 13 to 18, 2017.

The NPA continuously monitors the weekly schedule of fuel imports to ensure that there is constant supply of fuel for the country. The statement said.


Below is a copy of the statement from the NPA

NO FUEL SHORTAGE

The National Petroleum Authority (NPA) wishes to assure the public that there is sufficient supply of fuel in the country to meet domestic demand contrary to some speculations in sections of the media.

The current stock position in the country indicates there is over 200 million litres of gasoil and more than 100 million litres of petrol at various depots throughout the country.

These stocks are expected to last up to 6weeks. Additionally, over 73 million litres of gasoil and 46 million litres of petrol are expected to be delivered into the country from the 13th to 18th February 2017.

The NPA continuously monitors the weekly schedule of fuel imports to ensure that there is constant supply of fuel for the country.

The Authority wishes to assure the general public that there are no challenges at the discharging terminals at the country’s ports and ensures that there is fairness in the process leading up to the discharge of cargoes of all importers.

We therefore encourage the media and the general public to disregard any projections being put out in the public domain as merely speculative without any empirical basis. We further encourage all such interested organizations to crosscheck their information with the NPA before making public statements about this matter.

The NPA wishes to assure all motorists and consumers that there is no imminent shortage of fuel in the country.

SIGNED
Yaro Kasambata
Manager, Public Relations & Consumer Service
National Petroleum Authority



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