Thilawa Port resumes normal fuel distribution amid ongoing arrival of foreign oil tankers

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Fuel tankers carrying fuel dock at Thilawa Port in Yangon Region.

With the continuous arrivals of fuel tankers at Thilawa Port in Yangon Region, three oil vessels are currently unloading into respective storage tanks, and two tankers are waiting to dock. Additionally, more tankers are expected to arrive in not-distant future.
According to the Supervisory Committee on Fuel Oil Import, Storage, and Distribution, on 14 November, more than 900,000 gallons of 92 Ron petrol, over 150,000 gallons of 95 Ron petrol, more than 750,000 gallons of diesel, and more than 600,000 gallons of premium diesel were supplied to fuel-filling stations across all regions and states, including Yangon Region, using 1,023 oil bowsers. Consequently, fuel supply has returned to normal conditions, and the public can now purchase the required fuels at every station in the country.
Despite these efforts, scrutiny revealed that three filling stations failed to sell oils even though they had sufficient stock, and administrative actions are reportedly underway under the Petroleum and Petroleum Products Law.
Due to the efforts of the Supervisory Committee on Fuel Oil Import, Storage, and Distribution to ensure an adequate supply of fuels from Thilawa storage tanks using oil bowsers, long queues at petrol stations have significantly reduced, making it easier and more convenient for the public to purchase the required fuels. — MNA/ZN

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