Subsequent to lack of supply and quality complaints, the fuel has been temporarily withdrawn until refueled with new stocks
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI), after receiving complaints of a lack of supply and quality in some parts of the country, has ordered a recall of the fuel product M95 from a few fuel stations, as a precautionary measure.
The ministry added that MOCI has coordinated with the marketing companies and ORPIC (Oman Oil Refineries and Petroleum Industries Company) to refuel these stations with new stock.
Consumers have been advised to go to alternative stations during this period, since the process would take some time, affecting the availability of fuel 95 at the stations.
However, other fuel products such as diesel and fuel M91 would still be available at these stations. A team of specialists had been formed from the Ministry and fuel companies to follow up orders and to re-supply fuel M95 as soon as possible. Source: Times Of Oman PWKD11092018
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