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Petroleum: We Will Sustain Uninterrupted Product Supply – DPR

The Bauchi office of the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) says it will continue to ensure the availability of petroleum products across the 500 existing filling stations in the state. Malam Abdullahi Isyaku, the Operation’s Controller of the agency made this known in an interview in Bauchi on Monday. Isyaku said the department would continue to closely monitor filling stations, ...

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No Increase in Pump Price of Petrol for May – NNPC Boss

……..by Ibrahim Musa………The Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Mallam Mele Kyari has again assured Nigerians that there will be no increase in the ex- depot price of Premium Motor Spirit (Petrol) in the month of May. This may not be unconnected with the on going negotiations between the government and labour unions in the country, ...

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Enyo Retail And Supply Unveils New Fuel Retail Station

Enyo Retail and Supply Limited has officially unveiled a new retail station to provide more access to customers for fuel purchase. The new station located in Badore is the company’s 40th retail station in Lagos and the 95th in the country. The automated facility has an in-built Enyo Vehicon with well-trained Engineers and Technicians to fix customers’ cars to the ...

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PMS Truck Out Hits 80.23 Million Litres Daily – PPPRA

The truck out of premium motor spirit, petrol, stood at 80.23 million litres as at April, 8, 2021, the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency, PPPRA, has reported. The latest PMS truck out data posted on its official website showed that the truck out came from 54 depots across the country. According to the report, Lagos State received most supply with ...

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Oil Marketers Decry Lawmakers’ Interference Usurping DPR Function

The House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee on Tank Farms, Petrol, and LPG are visiting petrol stations across the country to ensure compliance and safety precautions. This has been a concern to operators of the downstream who believed the lawmakers are over stretching their bounds usurping the responsibility of the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR). Nigerian lawmakers are visiting petrol stations ...

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PPPRA, NNPC, Others Meet to Review Petrol Pricing Template for April

The Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA), the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and stakeholders in the downstream petroleum industry met on Friday to review the petrol pricing template for April. It was said that the meeting became necessary as the ex-depot price of the commodity has hit N234/litre due to the spike in crude oil prices at the international ...

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Pump Price of Petrol to Remain N162 Per Litre Untill We Conclude with Labour – NNPC

………….by Musa Ibrahim………..The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has said that the price of the Premium Motor Spirit ( PMS) otherwise known as petrol will remain at N162 per litre until the on going negotiation with the organized labour is concluded.NNPC said it would maintain its current ex-depot price of petrol until the conclusion of ongoing engagement with the organized ...

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Subsidy: NNPC Cries Out as Marketers Kick Against N3 Billion Daily Burden of Subsidy

……..by James Ikenna…… The Group Managing Director of Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Mele Kyari, has said that the burden of subsidy is weighing down the financial capacity of the corporation. As a result NNPC can no longer provide the N120 billion monthly subsidy of the 60 million metric tones of (Premium Motor Spirit) consumed by Nigerians daily. This complain ...

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Feul Hike: DPR Seals 8 Petrol Stations in Enugu

The Department of Petroleum Resources, (DPR) Field Office, in Enugu has sealed eight petrol stations in Enugu for dispensing Premium Motor Spirit, PMS, above the approved government pump price. The Head, Operations, Mr Afam Azuike who announced, said the action was in reaction to public outcry over the weekend that petroleum marketers had arbitrarily increased the pump price PMS. On ...

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