Secretary-General of the Association of Petroleum Companies, Tomislav Mićović said today that the supply of fuel in Serbia is carried out regularly, without any disruption.
“There is enough fuel. The inventories that the companies have amassed at this time are large enough to provide a stable long-term supply,” Micovic told Tanjug.
He added that there was no problem with imports of crude oil and petroleum products, regardless of changes to the regulations related to crossing borders.
“Serbia does not have enough oil to supply all its needs and is heavily dependent on imports. What is important at this point is to know that crude oil imports are functioning quite normally. The regulations are such that the normal supply of derivatives is not compromised, that is, crude oil from imports, “said Micovic.
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Due to the state of emergency, petrol stations have started working part-time, but will not suspend work.
“In accordance with the decisions of the relevant institutions of the Republic of Serbia regarding the state of emergency in our country, the opening hours of NIS Petrol and Gazprom petrol stations will be from 7 am to 6 pm in the coming days,” says Petroleum Industry of Serbia (NIS).
Furthermore, NIS is expected to announce a list of petrol stations that will be opened 24 hours a day.
(Kamatica, Vecernje Novosti, 19.03.2020)
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