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NNPCL distributed 339 million liters of gasoline in a single week.



According to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Limited, 339 million liters of gasoline were distributed to 63 depots nationwide over the course of seven days.

The products were shipped between February 25 and March 3, according to data released on Monday by the NNPCL and the Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority.


In accordance with the Weekly National PMS Evacuation & Dispatch report, 339 million liters of gasoline were dispersed among the states, with 1.73 billion of those liters going to Lagos.

The top three states that received gasoline during this time were Ogun (441 million liters), Oyo (531 million liters), and Delta State (610 million liters).


This week, fuel shortages returned in numerous states, including Abuja.

According to a report that surfaced last week, there was a fuel shortage since depots were closed for a few days before and after the presidential vote on February 25.


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Since October, the nation has been dealing with a gasoline shortage, causing prices to surge over N500 per litre before falling back to N185 in February.


On Tuesday, the DAILYUPDATES noticed a sizable line at the NNPC retail station on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.

Many gas stations stopped selling fuel to drivers as of Monday.


Nonetheless, most stations resumed operations on Tuesday.




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