Oil companies pledge deliveries to Honduras

Oil companies promised to re-establish normal deliveries to Honduras after the government threatened to appropriate their storage tanks and import oil directly.

Monday, May 12, 2008

The president's press office said in a statement that the companies had promised to provide all the nation's service stations with enough gasoline to meet current demand.
The statement followed a meeting between President Manuel Zelaya and executives of Shell, Texaco and Esso as well as the Honduran company Dippsa.

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