Department of Petroleum Resources of Nigeria

09/10/2020 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 09/10/2020 10:06

DEPOTS STOCK LEVEL FOR PMS AS AT 9th September 2020 AT DEPOTS

ZONE STOCK LEVEL (LTRS) NO. OF DEPOTS Truck-out for 8th September2020 (33,000 ltrs/truck) Truck-out for 7th September2020 (33,000 ltrs/truck) Vol. Truck out for 8th September2020 (LTRS) Vol. Truck out for 7th September 2020 (LTRS)
LAGOS 561,223,637 54 1,312 1,347 43,292,000 44,437,000
CALABAR / EKET 73,424,000 31 213 160 7,026,000 5,272,000
WARRI 183,046,578 24 622 562 20,528,070 18,559,262
PH 184,730,000 12 0 0 8,000 8,000
OWERRI 20,300,000 2 0 0 0 0
KADUNA 42,236,000 3 0 0 0 0
ABUJA 74,208,948 4 0 0 0 0
MAIDUGURI 24,663,737 3 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 1,163,832,900 133 2,147 2,069 70,854,070 68,276,262

PMS VESSEL DISCHARGED FIGURES AS AT 0600hrs of 9th September 2020 AT DEPOTS

ZONE PMS DISCHARGED (LTRS) NO. OF PMS VESSELS
LAGOS 35,966,000 5
PORT HARCOURT 0 0
WARRI 0 0
CALABAR / EKET 0 0
TOTAL 35,966,000 5

LIFTABLE PMS STOCK LEVEL AS AT 06oohrs of 9th September 2020 AT ZONES

ZONE STOCK LEVEL (LTRS) NO. OF DEPOTS
LAGOS 559,005,637 32
CALABAR /EKET 73,421,000 7
WARRI 183,049,438 11
PORT HARCOURT 184,730,000 9
OWERRI 20,300,000 1
KADUNA 42,106,000 1
TOTAL 1,062,612,075 61

As at 9th September 2020, the cumulative depot stock of PMS at the depots was 1,163,832,900 litres (combined PMS stock owned by PPMC, MAJOR and INDEPENDENT Marketers) vis-à-vis 1,206,290,245 litres on 8th September 2020 indicating a decrease of depot PMS stock due to vessel discharges and truck out activities (Table A and B) respectively at the depots.

Applying the estimated daily national demand of 38,200,000 (thirty-eight million two hundred thousand) litres, available depot PMS stock of 1,163,832,900 litres is sufficient for 30 days.