Petroperú has issued a statement in which rules out that it has marketed suspected contaminated fuel, as denounced by the president of the Association of Transporters of Lambayeque through various media.
The state oil company indicates that the Eten, Salaverry, Chimbote and Supe terminals are in charge of the private company Terminales del Perú (TDP), a company responsible for the reception, storage and dispatch of fuels from different wholesale operators to customers in the area. north of the country since November 2014.
“The allegedly contaminated diesel presented by the carriers has not been invoiced by Petroperú SA, but by another wholesale operator that, like the State company, markets its products in the aforementioned terminals,” the company states.
In this sense, Petroperú guarantees the quality of its products, which, as it explains, are kept stored in tanks that are not mixed with the products of other wholesale operators. Likewise, they are subjected to strict quality controls supervised by specialized personnel.
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