North Sinai’s Directorate of Supply and Internal Trading have applied a new plan to monitor the movement of petroleum products, deliver it to citizens, and prevent it from reaching terrorist groups, Fathy Rashed, head of the directorate, told Al Mal Newspaper.
The plan will be carried out after the quantities of petroleum products sold for each citizen through fuel stations are specified, the source noted.
The new plan will enable private vehicles to receive 30 liters of gasoline per day, while huge vehicles will take 150 liters per week. Meanwhile, microbuses will be entitled to receive 40 liters of gasoline per week.
North Sinai has six filling stations, three of which are located in Arish; one in Nakhl City; one in Al Hasnaa City and one in Baer El Abd.