|ZONE||STOCK LEVEL (LTRS)||NO. OF DEPOTS||Truck-out for 8th September 2020 (33,000 ltrs/truck)||Truck-out for 7th September 2020 (33,000 ltrs/truck)||Vol. Truck out for 8th September 2020 (LTRS)||Vol. Truck out for 7th September 2020 (LTRS)|
|CALABAR / EKET||73,424,000||31||213||160||7,026,000||5,272,000|
PMS VESSEL DISCHARGED FIGURES AS AT 0600hrs of 9th September 2020 AT DEPOTS
|ZONE||PMS DISCHARGED (LTRS)||NO. OF PMS VESSELS|
|CALABAR / EKET||0||0|
LIFTABLE PMS STOCK LEVEL AS AT 06oohrs of 9th September 2020 AT ZONES
|ZONE||STOCK LEVEL (LTRS)||NO. OF DEPOTS|
As at 9th September 2020, the cumulative depot stock of PMS at the depots was 1,163,832,900 litres (combined PMS stock owned by PPMC, MAJOR and INDEPENDENT Marketers) vis-à-vis 1,206,290,245 litres on 8th September 2020 indicating a decrease of depot PMS stock due to vessel discharges and truck out activities (Table A and B) respectively at the depots.
Applying the estimated daily national demand of 38,200,000 (thirty-eight million two hundred thousand) litres, available depot PMS stock of 1,163,832,900 litres is sufficient for 30 days.