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Petroleum Importers Vow To Sustain Industry
Date Uploaded: Mar 26, 2015

Honoring of LPRC MD T. Nelson Williams, II



Petroleum Importers Vow To Sustain Industry

By Ballah M. Kollie, LINA
MONROVIA, March 26 (LINA) – The Petroleum Importers Association of Liberia (PIAL) has pledged its unwavering commitment in sustaining the industry by ensuring the availability of petroleum products on the local market at all times.

 PIAL acting president Musa Bility said with the expansion of the storage facility at the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company (LPRC), importers remain committed to ensuring sustained petroleum delivery to the country.

Bility told journalists at the honoring and certification of LPRC Managing Director T. Nelson Williams Wednesday that importers were gratified by Williams’ achievements and thee promotion of Liberian entrepreneurship under his administration.

“Seventy percent of all fuel brought into the country since January 2015 has been imported by Liberian importers,” Bility noted.

He vowed to compliment LPRC’s efforts by ensuring that petroleum is supplied to all facilities erected by the company, noting that “When we have the product in needed parts of the country, cost will astronomically reduce.”


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