Fuel Scarcity: Motorists spent night at Jos filling stations
Many motorists spent the night at filling stations in Jos queuing for petrol as the fuel scarcity bites harder in the Plateau State capital. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) correspondent monitoring the fuel supply situation in Jos on Wednesday reports that there are long queues at NNPC and Mobil stations selling the product at…
Fuel consumers flay NNPC as queues persist in Abuja
While fuel scarcity seems to have eased in some cities across the country, fuel consumers in Abuja have decried the persistent long queues in the Federal Capital Territory, accusing the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) of irrational distribution of products.
FG blames fuel scarcity on external demand
The Federal Government has blamed the ongoing fuel scarcity on increased demand by nations in temperate regions.Addressing State House correspondents after a Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.....
Fuel scarcity: Senate to conduct nationwide filling stations inspection, summons NNPC GMD
The Senate Committee on Petroleum Downstream says plans have been concluded for it to conduct nationwide inspection of filling stations over recent fears of fuel scarcity in the country. Chairman of the committee, Sen. Kabiru Marafa, stated this in a news briefing shortly after an investigative hearing on the matter on Tuesday in Abuja. Marafa…
Fuel scarcity mars celebrations in Enugu, hoodlums disrupt Ebonyi rally
Scores of workers, who were billed for the celebrations at the Michael Okpara Square, could not turn up as the fuel scarcity bit harder with a few independent marketers who have the products selling at between N200 and N210 per liter.
No fuel crises under my watch, says IPMAN boss
Abdufari stated this to newsmen shortly after he was honoured in Katsina state by officials of the association on his recent election. He said he "would do his best to ensure availability of petroleum products" in every nook and cranny of the country.
Unpaid transport claims responsible for fuel scarcity
The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) on Sunday in Sokoto said that non payment of transport claims by the Federal Government to marketers is one of the reasons for the incessant fuel scarcity in some parts of the country.
Fuel scarcity looms as nation’s marketers fail to repay loans
The inability of petroleum marketers to pay or service banks loans in the last two years is threatening further importation and could worsen the financial position of banks.
Samagbeyi: It will put pressure on foreign exchange
The major negative impact of this bilateral arrangement is that it will lead to increase pressure on our foreign exchange earnings. As you are aware, the language crude oil understands is US$.