KNPC: Emergency plan ongoing, situation under control.
By Osama Galal KUWAIT, Nov 14 (KUNA) -- Official Spokesman of the Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) and executive vice president of administrative and commercial affairs, Basem Al-Issa, on Wednesday confirmed that the company is continuing to work on the emergency plan, which was announced a few days ago following the country's exposure to weather fluctuations. Al-Issa told Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that the plan includes opening of emergency rooms in the company's main building and the ports of Mina Abdulla and Mina Al-Ahmadi, and also monitoring work of the refineries and ensure that the refining and production processes are not affected by weather fluctuations and possible heavy rain. Al-Issa pointed out that the company's officials are present around the clock in the crisis management room to directly supervise the work in the refineries, stressing that the situation is under full control thanks to God Almighty and efforts of Kuwaiti nationals working in different locations of the company. He assured the public that matters are normal in all fuel stations in the country, both the stations of the KNPC or others, stressing that all their needs were secured and there is no need to jostle at the fuel stations. (end). og.tg
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|Publication:||Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)|
|Date:||Nov 14, 2018|
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