Sana’a enters an operational collapse stage due to oil shortages

we will face a disaster that has serious repercussions, more than 550 protests have been carried out, but the world has not paid us any attention, YPC said

“We are entering the early hours of the collapse of the operational capabilities of services, as a result of the continued detention of fuel vessels,” Ammar Al-Adhraee, Executive Director of the Yemeni Petroleum Company announced.

Al-Adhrae’e confirmed in a statement to Almasirah channel, Sunday, that there are 6 oil ships whose detention by the aggression has exceeded half a year, and that the losses of the oil ships currently detained by the aggression have exceeded 150 million dollars.

He revealed that $ 2 billion is the company’s total losses in a preliminary study regarding the arbitrary measures against fuel ships since the beginning of the war. He pointed out that the United Nations failed to do its duty regarding the detention of ships off Jizan. So, we will face a disaster that has serious repercussions, pointing out that more than 550 protests have been carried out, but the world has not paid us any attention.

Al-Adhrae’e also said that what used to arrive via land does not cover 10%, and currently its arrival has been prevented, and that 70 days have passed without allowing the entry of a single vessel concerned with covering public services, and what was allowed entry into quantities belonging to private companies and their quantity does not exceed 10 thousand tons.

He emphasized that the fuel crisis extended to the areas under the occupation’s control due to the continued looting of crude oil, as what was released within four and a half months is nothing but five fuel ships that do not cover more than 12% of the necessary and urgent needs.