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Tomorrow, the fuel crisis will lessen, and there will be fewer lines.


FREETOWN, SIERRA LEONE, 18th December, 2022:

The Management of NP (SL) Limited  wishes to announce to all its customers that the vessel bearing fuel as announced in the NP public notice dated 12th December, 2022 has landed. NP has delivered on its promise of making fuel available to its customers. 

The  vessel contains over 12 thousand metric tons of petrol (PMS) for NP SL and will cushion the effect of the current fuel situation in the country.

The vessel landed safely and has fulfilled all protocols as per the Petroleum Regulatory Agency (PRA). 

Before the arrival of this vessel a first vessel  arrived with over 18 thousand metric tons of diesel (AGO). These deliveries will ensure fuel  availability till mid January. Other vessels with products imported by NP SL are expected over the next two to three weeks.

The Management of NP (SL) Limited wishes to reassure all customers that NP is committed to delivering on its promise of supplying fuel to the nation. NP (SL) Limited will continue to do its best to ensure that petroleum products are available in all NP and NP strategic partner stations.

NP (SL) Management


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