MCI Inspection Teams Inspected 1597 Petrol Stations, 68 Stations were obliged to Continue Supplying the Consumers with Petroleum Products after they had refrained

01 Jan 2018
MCI Inspectors are asked to continue their tasks and respond to any complaints in various regions of the Kingdom
MCI inspection teams carried out 1597 inspections tours on fuel stations in all parts of the Kingdom last night, to ensure the availability of petroleum products and to control any violations related to abstention of supplying fuel. The inspection rounds resulted in detecting 68 gas stations that refused to supply fuel. Fines were immediately imposed, and the involved stations were obliged to continue supplying Petroleum products, while the owners were summoned for taking the legal procedures against them.

MCI has taken all the necessary precautions in cooperation with government agencies, including the security authorities, under the supervision of the Joint Operations Room for Consumer Protection. All that for taking action immediately and for speeding up the intervention in various regions of the Kingdom.

MCI would like to confirm that it will not hesitate to impose the legal penalties against the violating petrol stations that refrain from supplying gas or those not committed to the approved prices.

Meanwhile, MCI inspection teams have been carrying out the inspection tours and responding to consumers’ complaints round the clock. ALL MCI branches in the Kingdom have been informed to monitor and control any violations and to take the necessary legal procedures immediately. 

MCI calls on all consumers to cooperate and lodge their complaints and observations through MCI Consumer Call Center 1900, or through the application of a Commercial Violation Report, or via the Ministry's website.
Last Modified 25 Dec 2018