FG And NNPC Agree To Reduce PMS To N85 Per Liter In January 2016


Minister of State for Petroleum  and the Managing Director of the Nigerian  National Petroluem Corporation (NNPC) - Dr Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu

Minister of State for Petroleum and the Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroluem Corporation (NNPC) – Dr Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu

Minister of State for Petroleum and Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Dr Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu visited the Port Harcourt Refinery Company (PHRC) yesterday Dec. 25 on a mission to inspect the plant, there he told reporters that the PMS will reduce to N85 per liter come January 2016.

He disclosed to newsmen that he had approved the new price temperate of the petroleum product pricing Regulation Agency (PPPRA) on Thursday 24 Dec 2015, “Like I said, we have done a modulation calculation and it is showing us below N87. I imagine that if PPPRA publishes it today, it will become effective immediately, but the 1 of January is when we are looking at”

The minister further stressed that the price modulation is to help ensure the fluctuation of prices to reflect the realities of the crude oil market. Modulating the oil prices will mean that if the price for crude oil goes up, you go up and if it comes down, you come down.

“There will be no more subsidy following the fraud that has resulted from its operation.”

He further explains that the refineries are aging so one fault comes up after the other, “but the government has plans to repair the plant holistically early next year, so there will be efficient operations of the plants soon.

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