Strike: ANP says supply is not impaired

According to a statement by the Director General of the National Agency for Oil, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP), Décio Oddone, there is so far no risk in the general supply of fuel supply in the country. The concern arose because of the recent strike by Petrobras employees.

Also according to the director, the ANP has followed the contingency measures taken by Petrobras to end the strike. “There is no estimate of how long this can last, but our expectation is that there will be no product shortage in Brazil,” he said.

Finally, Oddone said that the ANP does not intend to interfere in the discussion between Petrobras and the unions. “We can work with the possibility of establishing minimum stocks or easing some rules of regularization of supply, but we do not interfere in union issues,” he concluded.

To date, the oil tanker strike completes 17 days with more than 100 Petrobras units paralyzed.


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