Fuel Scarcity

Government

Fuel Scarcity: Prices Surge as Situation Lingers

INSIDEMAINLAND -Some Independent petroleum marketers, yesterday, raised the price of petrol to N240 per liter, up from about N230 per liter the day before, as the shortage persisted in Lagos and its environs. It was discovered that marketers are currently lifting the product from the depots at N200 per litre, as opposed to N148 per […]

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My Area

Queues, Prices Skyrocket as Fuel Scarcity Hits Alimosho

INSIDEMAINLAND – As the cost of fuel continues to surge with filing stations shutting down operations due to scarcity of products, black market sellers of petrol in the Alimosho LGA have ‘intervened’ and are now taking their businesses to the next level, as they have started selling fuel at #300 per litre, compared to the […]

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My Area

The Queues are Back as Fuel Scarcity Hits Lagos

INSIDEMAINLAND– The fuel scarcity deepened further in Lagos, yesterday, with several filling stations shutting their gates to motorists while the few that opened had long queues of vehicles. The NNPC (former Oando) road along the Alausa Secretariat road was closed to motorists while the same thing could be seen at the Total filling stations in […]

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Government

Relief As Fuel Scarcity Comes To An End

INSIDEMAINLAND– The fuel supply situation in Lagos and other parts of the country improved slightly yesterday, as stations that had no product to sell on Tuesday sold fuel. Although there were still queues and panic buying at some gas stations, marketers said the supply situation had improved but pleaded for a consistent supply of the […]

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Government

Tough Times Ahead as Mainlanders Queue For Fuel Supply

INSIDEMAINLAND – There was panic yesterday as petrol scarcity with long lines began to surface in Lagos. INSIDEMAINLAND gathered that some filling stations, especially independent marketers, did not have the product to sell to motorists and other consumers. Additionally, those who had commercial stocks raised their prices, ranging from N200 to N250 per litre depending […]

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PENGASSAN
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Fuel scarcity looms as oil workers threaten strike action

Fuel scarcity looms in Nigeria as petroleum workers under the aegis of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN) have threatened to embark on another strike. The oil workers were ordered by the association to vacate their duty posts via a letter signed by the General Secretary, PENGASSAN, Lumumba Okugbawa and […]

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BREAKING: Tanker drivers to begin strike in Lagos on Monday night

The National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) has said that the planned strike by Petroleum Tanker Drivers in Lagos would start on Monday as its meeting with Lagos State Government ended in deadlock. The South-West Chairman of NUPENG, Mr Tayo Aboyeji, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria […]

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My Area Top Stories

Commuters groan as fuel scarcity bites hard

Residents of Lagos Mainland have decried the continuous hardship caused by the fresh fuel scarcity that hit the area in recent days. Recall that InsideMainland reported the 100% increase in fare rates for commuters plying different routes across the suburban Lagos community and the various complaints of those affected. Presently, there are no changes in […]

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My Area

Bus fares increase by 100% as fresh fuel scarcity hits Lagos Mainland

In a bid to beat the rush hour and also get to their various destinations early today, Monday, January 22, 2018, Lagos Mainland residents were faced with the difficulty of getting commercial buses owing to the long queues witnessed at the filling stations across the Mainland. In addition, Lagos Mainland residents were made to battle […]

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#Fuel Scarcity: Coscharis Motors write customers to park their new BMW for now

Coscharis Motors, the sole distributor of the BMW brand of luxury vehicles in Nigeria, have written to their customers who own the latest the BWM brands to park them for now as the fuel situation bites harder in Nigeria. This is due to the fact that fuel scarcity in Nigeria usually results in adulteration of the product and sold […]

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