Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Malawi’s Strategic Fuel Reserves ready for commissioning in July

The much awaited strategic three fuel reserves the Malawi government has been constructing aimed at improving fuel security in the country is ready for commissioning in July 2015, the Maravi Post has learnt. 
The strategic fuel reserves including Blantyre which has the capacity to store fuel of 25 million litters, Lilongwe will keep 25 million litres while Mzuzu has 10 million litres totaling to 60 million litres which can a country to have fuel for 60days. 
With the loan worthy US$26 million from India government, the completion of the three strategic fuel reserves are expected to boost fuel security in the country with 60 million litres an addition to 15 million litres currently the nation keeps, Malawi will have 75 million litres for 75 day of fuel cover as the country requires one million litre a day.    Malawi’s Strategic Fuel Reserves ready for commissioning in July: Malawi’s Strategic Fuel Reserves ready for commissioning in July

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