Tripoli’s petrol stations fitted with generators and CCTV cameras

By Sami Zaptia.

All of Tripoli's petrol stations are getting power generators installed (Photo: BREGA).

All of Tripoli’s petrol stations are getting power generators installed (Photo: BREGA)

London, 28 December 2016:

The Fuel and Gas Emergency Committee announced today that all of Tripoli’s petrol stations have been fitted with power generators and CCTV cameras.

The Emergency Committee was formed by the National Oil Corporation’s (NOC) BREGA subsidiary to mitigate fuel and cooking gas shortages which were often criminally or politically instigated post the 2011 revolution. BREGA is the marketing arm of the NOC for fuels, cooking gas and vehicle oils.

The Committee said that the measure, which it has been working on for a few years now, was in order to counter the debilitating effects of power cuts on ‘’most areas of the capital for long periods’’.

 

Tripoli's petrol stations are to be fitted with CCTV cameras to counter criminal activities compounding or causing petrol shortages (Photo: BREGA).

Tripoli’s petrol stations are to be fitted with CCTV cameras to counter criminal activities compounding or causing petrol shortages (Photo: BREGA)

 

It also said that CCTV cameras were installed at all petrol stations as part of measures to counter any ‘’criminal’’ activities on petrol stations.

In fact, it was the Salvation Government that had announced in August 2015 that it would be providing generators to Tripoli’s petrol stations.

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