Oil companies operating in Argentina said Saturday that fuel supply will “normalize in the upcoming days” after several parts of the country experienced shortages. The second was a higher-than-usual dependence on fuel imports due to scheduled shutdowns at some refineries. The third event was a situation of overdemand which, according to the companies, was caused by a shortage expectation. “Argentina’s fuel production and supply infrastructure is robust,” the communiqué said. The government announced it would import 10 tanker ships of fuel to avoid supply shortages.
Source: Bueno Aires Herald October 28, 2023 20:51 UTC