FG sanctions 15 filling stations for violating guidelines

The Bauchi workplace of the Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority (NMDPRA)  has sanctioned 15

The Bauchi workplace of the Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority (NMDPRA)  has sanctioned 15 filling stations for violating operational  guidelines and rules.

Abdullahi Iliyasu, the coordinator of NMDPRA disclosed this on Wednesday.

“The stations had been sanctioned for varied offences which embrace below allotting of product, breach of questions of safety, promoting the product above the official pump value of the commodity,” mentioned Mr Iliyasu. “The company won’t relent in  sanctioning erring filling stations. We’ll seal off their stations and compel them to pay fines relying on the gravity of the offence dedicated.”

He added that the company intensified efforts on routine surveillance of present stores to make sure compliance with extant operational tips.

The coordinator famous that the company just lately obtained 62 vehicles of petroleum merchandise which had been distributed throughout present filling stations on the market to the customers.

“Out of the 62 vehicles delivered, Kano petroleum has equipped us with 27 vehicles whereas Jos offered 22 and Gombe equipped 13,” he acknowledged.

He additionally talked about that the company would attempt to maintain common provide of the commodity to make sure that customers weren’t  subjected to pointless hardships.

Mr Iliyasu defined that out of the consignment 13 vehicles had been distributed throughout the Bauchi metropolis whereas the remaining 49 vehicles had been efficiently delivered to the skin stations throughout the 20 present  native authorities areas within the state. 

(NAN)

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