NNPC Evacuates 450.92m Litres Of Fuel In One Week

The Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited has disclosed that an average of 64.42 million litres of Premium Motor Spirit was evacuated daily between January 28 and February 3.

The company revealed this in a data report titled ‘Weekly National PMS Evacuation and Dispatch’ which was posted on its Twitter handle on Sunday.

It was earlier reported the incessant fuel scarcity, leading to protests in some parts of the country.

According to the report, Pinnacle depot transported 57.28 million litres, followed by Aiteo with 28.29 million litres, MRS Limited had 24.54 million litres.

Others include Masters transporting 22.66 million litres, NIPCO 22.45 million litres, Bluefin 20.08 million litres, while 26 others had between five to 16 million litres each.

The report also disclosed 1,251 fuel trucks were transported to Lagos State, 847 fuel trucks were transported to the Federal Capital Territory, 372 were dispatched to Oyo State, 311 were transported to Ogun State, 268 were dispatched to Kano, 284 were dispatched to Delta state, 22 to Ebonyi and 159 fuel trucks were transported to Edo state.

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