FG blames tanker drivers, employers feud for fuel scarcity
The Federal Government has attributed the sudden return of queues at filling stations in parts of the country to what it described as unresolved feud between petroleum tanker drivers and their employers, among other issues.
Fears over petrol scarcity as long queues surface in Abuja
Long fuel queues returned to the streets of Abuja, Nigeria's capital city, days after the government said there will be no increment in petrol price. Petroleum Tanker Drivers (PTD) responsible for delivering fuel to the filling station had planned to go on strike over the failure of the Nigerian Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO)…
Fuel scarcity looms as IPMAN gives Anambra ultimatum over agreement
Fuel scarcity looms in Anambra State following Independent Petroleum Marketers Association (IPMAN), Enugu Depot’s 14-day ultimatum to the state government to fulfill the agreement with the association or face marketers’ showdown.
Product scarcity hits Kogi as fuel sells for N300 per litre
Fuel scarcity, at the weekend, resurfaced in Lokoja, the Kogi State capital, following the reported hike in pump price of petroleum products by the Federal Government.
DPR to sanction marketers hoarding petroleum products
The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) says it will not hesitate to apply appropriate sanctions on marketers engaged in the hoarding of petroleum products in their outlets.
Fear over fuel scarcity as CSOs tackle Labour Unions
A coalition of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), yesterday, in Abuja expressed concern over possible return of scarcity of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), otherwise called petrol...
NNPC allays fears as fuel scarcity surfaces in Abuja, others
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has cautioned the citizenry against panic buying of petroleum products.The warning followed palpable fears in Abuja and its environs on account of resurgence of queues, yesterday...
Fuel scarcity hits Abuja, others
Long queues have surfaced across petrol stations as over 90 per cent of fuel stations are shut in the Federal Capital Territory and other states. But the spokesperson for Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Kennie Obateru said there was no need for panic buying, insisting that “NNPC has over 2 billion litres of premium motor…