Tue, 11 Sep 2018 12:05 - Updated Tue, 11 Sep 2018 12:05
Cabinda to receive two million litres of fuel supply
Cabinda - The northern Cabinda Province is to receive two million litres of fuel supply (petrol and diesel) in the forthcoming hours to meet the 20-day shortage of the products, which has affected the region.
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Cabinda soon to recover from fuel supply shortage
Photo: Pedro João
According to a source from the National Fuel Society (Sonangol), in Luanda, contacted on Monday by the National Radio of Angola (RNA) in Cabinda, said the fuel to be delivered at Cabinda Oceanic Terminal (TOC) is in its way to the province through a tanker.
For over four days drivers in Cabinda Province have been facing serious difficulties at petrol stations to refuel, due to the lack of the product in this region.
A note from Sonangol says that high tides have prevented the normal delivery of fuel to Cabinda through vessels.
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