WARRI _ The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) Warri did not operate today due to the by-election for the Warri South Constituency I in the Delta State House of Assembly.
The prices of dual purpose kerosene (dpk) sold at the price of 165 has being increased to 175 yesterday at the private depots at warri.
The Warri refinery do not have DPK and our Downstreamview source also confirmed the non -availability of Kerosene at PortHarcourt refinery.
Kerosene is being sold at 177- 178 in Lagos and so many trucks are trying very hard to load as only about 5 depots have kerosene.
The decrease in the price of kerosene is 0.68% compared to yesterday which was 0.77%.