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Govt. to import 250,000 barrels of gasoline

Bnamericas Published: Monday, February 09, 2004
Colombia's government is preparing to import 250,000 barrels of gasoline to avoid shortages, government news agency SNE reported Friday. The UOP1 cracking plant at state oil company Ecopetrol's Barrancabermeja refinery is out of action because of a fault and although operations could restart in a few days, the government wants to import gasoline to maintain current stocks. "Stocks have fallen a bit - what we want to do is maintain high levels. We are studying proposals and looking at which is the cheapest," energy and mines minister Luis Ernesto Mejia was quoted as saying.

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