Jamaica finds two possible bad gas importers

Jan 4, 2016 | NEWS | 0 comments

Tests by the Jamaican government have revealed that two of the country’s fuel importers may have been the source of contamination, affecting hundreds of vehicles across the island. Leonard Green, President of the Jamaica Gasoline Retailers Association (JGRA), says this information was disclosed to members of the association during their meeting with the Energy Minister on Thursday. However, he says the Attorney General instructed the Minister not to make it public until the investigation is complete. Green had again assured the public that service stations are not the source of contamination, as retailers do not have the tools to tamper with such products. The JGRA is holding a second meeting with the energy minister today. Green says the association, which has been pressing for the names of the distributors to made public, is hoping for full disclosure at that meeting.
(Image source: Jamaica Gleaner)

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