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Ola Energy, a Kenyan fuel marketing company formerly known as OiLibya, has taken legal action against the Ugandan Revenue Authority (URA) to protest against the latter’s demand for payment of import taxes.
Dayo Adeshina, the programme manager of the Nigerian federal government’s National LPG Expansion Plan (NLPGEP), has said that the country cannot push domestic LPG consumption up to targeted levels unless it invests more than $6bn in infrastructure.
Tanzania’s Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) has indicated that it does not expect domestic petroleum product markets to suffer any disruptions as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
The head of Mozambique’s state petroleum import agency IMOPETRO has said that the country is not likely to experience any fuel shortages as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus outbreak is putting pressure on Uganda’s fuel market, and Kenyan tax claims have the potential to make the situation worse.
Largest Turkish refiner Tupras ‘has cut runs at Izmir refinery by 50% due to pandemic impact on fuel demand’
France’s Total has arranged to sell its petroleum product marketing operations and assets in Liberia and Sierra Leone to Conex Oil & Gas Holdings, a Liberian-owned company.
The government of Nigeria’s Rivers State has rejected a request from Nigeria LNG (NLNG) and several other companies involved in the natural gas sector for an exemption from the lockdown regime imposed last week.
The National Oil Company of Malawi (NOCMA) is gearing up to expand its fuel storage network, according to a high-ranking company representative.
Leading LNG producer Qatar is reportedly seeking to sell some cargoes of the super-chilled fuel on the spot market.