Tripoli Fuel Depot goes into operation for first time since 2014 militia coup fighting

By Sami Zaptia.

Tripoli Airport Rd Fuel Depot resumes operation (Photo: Brega).

London, 14 April 2021:

Tripoli’s Airport Road Fuel Depot went into operation today for the first time since it was extensively damaged during the 2014 Tripoli militia coup, Brega Petroleum Marketing Company reported today.

Brega said fuel tank number 120 was loaded with 25 million litres of petrol and today commenced filling fuel transport trucks to distribute to petrol stations. The operation was possible after the network of supply pipes between the storage tanks and filling unit were also maintained.

Brega was proud to announce that despite the scarcity of resources and spare parts its local technicians and engineers were able to make the depot operational.

The announcement should mean fewer petrol shortages and queues at petrol stations.


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