Tue, 04 Sep 2018 08:58 - Updated Tue, 04 Sep 2018 08:42
Cabinda again facing fuel shortage
Cabinda - The northern Cabinda province has been facing a new shortage of oil and gasoline for two weeks now a situation that is causing huge queues of cars and motorcycles in the supply pumps.
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Sonangol, the state oil company, issued a note explaining that the shortage is due to atmospheric conditions, which has been hindering the mooring of ships to replenish the reservoirs.
The shortage of fuels in Cabinda is recurrent. The last time happened in July.
At the time, Sonangol justified that the constant ruptures of stocks was also dute to the impossibility of replenish the reservoirs as a consequence of high tides in the maritime coast of Cabinda.
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