The Division of Petroleum Sources (DPR) has mentioned it shutdown 86 Liquefied Petroleum Gasoline (LPG) vegetation in Lagos State in 2020 for working illegally.
Mr Paul Osu, Head, Public Affairs, DPR made this recognized in a press release issued on Wednesday in Lagos, NAN stories.
Osu mentioned the LPG (cooking gasoline) vegetation had been shutdown for non-compliance with worldwide security requirements.
In line with him, the vegetation had been additionally working with out approval or licence from the regulatory company.
“Among the sealed vegetation had been working below excessive pressure electrical installations and different unapproved areas.
“Additionally, the transfer was geared toward decreasing the prevalence of gasoline explosion and hearth incidents within the State.
“Moreso, we wish to notify the general public that DPR would proceed to clamp down on such unlawful vegetation,” he mentioned.
He suggested that individuals ought to study the necessity for protected utilization and distribution of gasoline.
DPR seals 86 unlawful gasoline vegetation in Lagos