No aviation fuel crisis — NNPC


The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) says it has enough stock of aviation fuel to meet the needs of airline operators across the country and other consumers of the product.

NNPC’s spokesperson, Ndu Ughamadu, states that the assurance became necessary to douse rumours in certain quarters that there was a shortage of aviation fuel across the country.

The corporation states that contrary to insinuations of shortage, there was a stock of over 80 million litres of aviation fuel in its storage, enough to last for over 37 days at current daily consumption.

This, it said, was even if more cargoes of the product were not imported within the period.

NNPC, therefore, enjoined airline operators and other consumers of the product to discountenance the rumours and go about their businesses without fear or distraction.

Ughamadu urged marketers and other players sub-sector to desist from any action that could impede supply and distribution of the product.

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