According to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Limited, 1.805 billion litres of gasoline are on hand.
NNPCL spokesman Garbadeen Muhammad stated on Monday in Abuja that the amount of gasoline in stock will last for 30 days.
While one billion litres of the liquid remained in the containers, 805,35 million litres were kept in depots across the country, he stated.
He further stated that, in order to assure a consistent supply, NNPCL has put in place a solid plan for the delivery of fuel from mid-February to March 2023.
“An additional petrol supply of 884 million litres is also expected by Feb. 28.
“A total of 2.3 billion litres of fuel are projected in March 2023, with approximately 2.5 billion litres, comparable to 42 days sufficiency, will be the closing stock for the month,’’ Muhammad stated.