10:17 - 06-18 2022
The Oil, Gas and Natural Resources Committee in the House of Representatives acknowledged the existence of a gasoline crisis as a result of increased demand and a lack of stations and local production.
Member of the Parliamentary Oil Committee Sabah Sobhi said, "The recent increase in demand for gasoline is the most important cause of the crisis, with the lack of sufficient filling stations in all governorates." Owners of private stations.
He explained that "the country suffers in general from a shortage of oil products as a result of the insufficient production of refineries, so it is resorted to importing large quantities of them with amounts that burden the state, in the absence of a budget law."
He pointed out that "the presence of queues of vehicles at petrol stations is a reality, and the Ministry of Oil should not cover up this, but should stand on the causes of the crisis and find solutions for it." Sobhi expected that "the gasoline crisis will be resolved in the coming days, as there are discussions and discussions with The Ministry of Oil in this regard.
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