Saudi Electricity probing shortage of 10m litres in power plants fuel
- Saudi Arabia: Wednesday, March 06 - 2013 at 04:44
Saudi Electricity Co (SEC) has decided to freeze for more than six months payments for a number of contractors transporting fuel for the company, Arab News has reported. The move comes after SEC discovered a 10 million-litre shortage in the volumes of fuel deliveries to power generation plants. The missing volumes are from deliveries transported to different plants in the kingdom from May 2011 until last month.
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