LPRC Managing Director, Madam Urey Coleman, says there is enough gasoline in the Country that will last for at least three weeks.
The LPRC Managing Director said while the three weeks gasoline is available another shipment of Petroleum product is expected to arrive in the Country shortly.
Madam Coleman made the statement Tuesday when authorities of LPRC and the Commence Ministry appeared before an Ad-hoc Committee headed by Maryland County Senator, J. Gbleh-bo Brown for a public hearing.
According to the Senate Press Release, the Plenary of the Liberian Senate recently set up an Ad-hoc Committee to investigate Circumstances surrounding the importation and price of Petroleum products in the Country.
It can be recalled that recently, the Government announced new prices of Petroleum product affecting Gasoline and Diesel.
Although the importers of Petroleum product did not show up for the investigation, the committee said it would exert all efforts to engage all parties concern to ascertain the causes of the problems.
Meanwhile, the Committee is requesting the LPRC to submit all necessary documents to ease the investigation.
The documents include, the budget performance report, the current list of importers, monthly lifting of Petroleum products by each importer, Monthly importation, and its policy governing the importation of petroleum products, amongst others.