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We have 321.23 million litres of fuel in our depot – NNPC

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Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has released a report on the quantity of fuel currently in its depot.

According to report by National PMS Evacuation, Nigeria currently has about 977.31 million litres of Premium Motor Spirit (petrol) in its land and marine depots.

The corporation is confident that the quantity of PMS in the reserve would last the country for 24 days.

In the report, NNPC stated that 914 truck loads of fuel had been dispatched to petrol stations across the country, while 1,939 trucks, conveying 64.04 million litres of the products had been evacuated from its coastal depots to inland depots in the country.

The report also revealed that the country had 321.23 million litres of PMS in its land reserves and 656.08 million litres in its marine reserves.


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