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Sana'a .. The Houthi militia is again fabricating the crises of oil derivatives

@ Sanaa, NewsYemen, Exclusive: English

2020-11-25 10:05:24

The Houthi militia, once again, ignited the oil derivatives crises in Sanaa and the neighboring governorates, one day after announcing the pumping of two million and 500 thousand liters of gasoline to the filling stations in Sana'a.

The oil company run by the Houthi militia in Sanaa announced, on Tuesday, the reinstatement of the numbering system for cars and stopping them in long lines in front of gas stations, one day after the company confirmed the stability of the rationing situation for oil derivatives.

On Monday, the oil company in Sanaa called on citizens "not to panic and crowd in front of the stations and to take their natural need for oil derivatives, since the supply situation is stable," it claimed on Tuesday, "the depletion of the available stock of oil derivatives, in a worsening manner, which exceeded the actual needs by far."

 Ali Al-Khawlani, a taxi bus driver, was considered in the oil company’s announcement of fabricating a new crisis and creating a state of panic, in an attempt to raise the rate of demand for oil derivatives, after about 4 months of adapting to the crisis and many car and public vehicle owners getting used to stopping their cars.


The driver, Al-Khawlani, believes that the oil company has not achieved high sales in oil derivatives during the past few days.

 Economic sources in Sanaa expressed their surprise at the ignorance of the Houthi militia in managing all files, not just the oil derivatives file, "unless you intend to do so to fight the citizens and double the burdens on them." Oil in Sana'a, after the militia withdrew from paying half of the promised salary to employees.

 After the entry of 4 oil derivative ships on board about 100 thousand tons of oil derivatives, more than 140 stations in the directorates of Sana'a, the capital, opened their doors to resume filling of cars during the past few days.

On a large scale, dozens of stations were seen last Sunday and Monday in Sana'a districts, devoid of any signs of crowding of cars in front of their gates, and the oil company stopped during this period the distribution of oil derivatives statements to the stations.