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Shell's service stations face tight supply
Last Updated(Beijing Time):2006-04-24 14:50

Royal Dutch Shell's gasoline service stations in Chengdu, southwestern China, are mostly facing a shortage of supply, partly due to rising crude oil prices.

"Most of our local service stations are short of 90-octane and 93- octane gasoline, and I'm not sure when the company will resume supply," a staff from a Shell service station in Chengdu, Sichuan Province said Friday. The shortage was ^due to the tight supply (of oil products) at wholesalers in the southwestern region, partly caused by rising crude oil prices," said Liu Xiaowei, a Beijing-based Shell official. Shell's suppliers of oil products in Chengdu consist of PetroChina Co., China Petroleum & Chemical Corp., or Sinopec, and some independent suppliers, she said.

    
Source:Shenzhen Daily 
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