Storage and transport of over 50 gallons of petroleum products without licence has to incur penalties

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The Petroleum Products Regulatory Department warns that storage or transportation of more than 50 gallons of petroleum products without a licence will face legal consequences.
Starting from 10 December 2023, violators will be fined K5 million or sentenced to one-year imprisonment. Additionally, criminal items will be confiscated. The department issues business licences and oversees compliance, requiring those handling over 50 gallons of petroleum products to obtain a licence.
The Petroleum and Petroleum Products Law mandates obtaining a relevant licence for such activities. The department will commence supervision and inspection of unlicensed transport and storage from 10 December 2023.
Interested parties can apply for licences with assistance from the department following respective rules and regulations. — TWA/TRKM

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