Nigeria has made significant effort since the Rio Conference to address the core environmental and sustainable development issues which were identified and agreed upon at the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development UNCED. Land degradation remains the greatest problems in Nigeria. In addition, we still witness high levels of water and air pollution while efforts to reduce the rate of natural resources depletion and desertification are yet to yield significant results. Moreover the debt situation in Nigeria is still a major hindrance to sustainable development and poverty alleviation.
Despite the efforts of government aimed at efficient distribution of petroleum products; the problems of inadequate and uneven distribution among others still threaten the marketing of petroleum products today in the country.
As a result, these problems gave birth to independent marketers that served as a panacea to the prevalent economic situation occasioned by inadequacy in petroleum products distribution in the country.
Inadequate marketers therefore were granted rights to be involved in the industry as to bridge the gap created by distribution logistics, to ameliorate the sufferings of Nigerians. Entry of independent marketers became welcomed and justified, in the oil industry.
Prior to the birth of the independent marketers, petroleum products distribution was epileptic and unreliable. Therefore, the shortage experienced in the country of petroleum products in and were attributed to the inadequate distribution network for petroleum products.
Government therefore responded to these problems in two ways: Also, task force have been put in place to ensure that petroleum products reach their destination without diversion. Also, possible recommendations are made to solve the problems so identified.
The study therefore covers mainly some specific petroleum products like diesel, kerosene, premium motor spirit gasoline and domestic gas, which are commonly used in domestic and economic life more than other products of petroleum crude oil. Distribution pattern of petroleum products in Nigeria has received increased attention, since diesel, kerosene, gasoline are described as one of the bedrocks of the Nigerian economy.
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However, there are pertinent problems witnessed in the marketing of petroleum products in Nigeria. One of such problems is the location of depots: Also, there is problem of shortage i. Easter, Christmas and New Year, during these periods, there is always excessive usage culminating into increased demand for petroleum product.
Other problems militating against the distribution of petroleum products include: Studies have come up with above listed problems generally affecting the marketing of petroleum products, and no specific study has been carried out on petroleum products which is commonly used such as kerosene, gasoline and diesel.
This study is therefore focused on the identification of problems in marketing the petroleum products under reference and possible solutions being given towards solving them. As a result of this short fall in capacity levels, the industry is yet to realize the object of its mission in the country.
This unaccomplished mission is evident especially when looking critically into various problems relating to the oil industry in the country. Prominent among these problems is the ineffective marketing of petroleum products. The aim of this study therefore is to identify the problem in the marketing of petroleum products and an attempt to determine ways of solving such problems looking critically at some activities involved.The Qatari economy posted a disappointing growth figure in the second quarter of Real GDP increased by % year-on-year in the second quarter – a slowdown from the % year-on-year recorded in the first quarter.
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