Transportation of 10 million liters of petroleum products as a daily rate and 961 thousand tons of gas during 2019

Published on : 2020-03-31

 Engineer Tariq Al Mulla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, stressed the importance of the continuous development of the system of transporting, circulating and distributing petroleum products with a view to sustaining fuel supplies to the local market and the various economic sectors of the state, with the need for continuous training for the human cadres responsible for managing transport and distribution activities and making them aware of the importance of the work required and its seriousness and communicating this concept Tanker drivers and training them in safe driving programs and occupational health and safety programs and using advanced technologies applied globally in the area of ​​raising the efficiency of drivers, indicating that work is underway on Modernizing and raising the efficiency of the fleet of transporting and distributing petroleum products, and committing to installing GPS devices on all cars transporting products of all kinds in order to tighten control and ensure that they reach from the warehouses to the places of consumption.

 This came during the General Assembly of the Arrows Petroleum "Al Seham" Business Accreditation Company for the year 2019, in the presence of Eng. Abed Ezz Al-Rijal, CEO of the Petroleum Authority and the first representative of the Central Accounting Agency.

 For his part, Eng. Ahmed Abdel-Muttalib, the company's president, explained its contribution in the operations of transporting petroleum products and securing the needs of the local market of fuel during 2019, as it transported more than 10 million liters of petroleum products daily (petrol of all kinds - diesel - diesel - crude oil - petrochemicals - And other products) with an increase of 24.5% over the previous year by the company's fleet of 427 equipped cars equipped with the latest GPS tracking devices, as the fleet was supported by the introduction of 10 new cars while working to raise the technical efficiency of the fleet by applying preventive maintenance programs according to For specific timelines, He pointed to the company's role in transferring petroleum products to various companies to play its role in serving national projects such as the construction of new roads and the new administrative capital, and added that about 961 thousand tons of gas was transferred, which represents about 66% of the total that was transported throughout the republic during The year in addition to expanding the activity of collecting used oils and hydrocarbon wastes and purifying them from water and impurities, indicating the company’s keenness to continuously improve the occupational health and safety activities and maintain the work environment, and training drivers in centers that are dependent on safe driving programs and Faithful dealing with petroleum products, where the company has to bring simulation training device drivers from a specialized European companies in this field in order to use the technology to develop and improve the efficiency and performance of the drivers through instantaneous scenarios to test the reactions of drivers in emergency situations while driving.

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