Fuel shortage foreseen in Honduras
Shell Honduras, has written a letter to the Honduras government asking it to speed up the paperwork that will enable it to import fuel from Guatemala and thereby avoid an immanent supply shortage, company manager Mauricio Sierra said.
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Shell advised that it requested the permit on April 3 on an urgent basis, through the Petroleum Administration Commission (CAP) and the Executive Director of Revenues (DEI). It said it needs the permits so that it can move fuel between the Tasa terminal in Santo Tomás de Castilla, Guatemala and Honduras. It will be using 30 units to make about 90 trips a week.
The President of Shell Central America guaranteed fuel supply in their facilities in the country.
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