Is Ukraine facing a shortage of fuel at gas stations after rocket attacks?

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Is Ukraine threatened with fuel shortage at gas stations after rocket attacks

After massive rocket attacks on Ukrainian cities, drivers began to massively buy fuel. Huge queues have formed at gas stations, but industry experts believe there is no reason to panic.

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After massive rocket attacks, queues at gas stations are observed throughout Ukraine. Drivers rushed to refuel their cars, fearing fuel shortages. However, market experts hurried to reassure motorists.

Fuel shortages do not threaten Ukraine in the near future – experts are unanimous in their opinion. The excitement at the gas station is provoked by panic.

In particular, the director of the A-95 Consulting Group, Serhiy Kuyun, said that the fuel market of Ukraine is functioning normally – there are enough reserves and new supplies are coming.

And the head of the parliamentary committee on energy and housing and communal services, Andriy Gerus, called the reason for the queues emotional perception of the situation with the shelling.

“Today in the morning, most of the gas stations were really not working, but the reason for this was not the lack of fuel, but an air raid. Now the vast majority of gas stations are working. There are enough oil products in the country and they are dispersed throughout There were no missile strikes on oil storage sites today, and such strikes will no longer be effective,” Andrei Gerus emphasized.

Prime group owner and founder Dmitry Leushkin on his Facebook page assured that the fuel at gas stations in Ukraine is “totally full” and there are no limits on refueling.

Customs does not stop working and fuel trucks constantly call in our country. Prices for gasoline and diesel in Ukraine may grow by 1-2 hryvnias, but this is dictated by the growth of quotations on European stock exchanges.