He added that it would constantly ensure that outlets adhere to the official pump price of the commodity.
“We are determined and committed to sanctioning erring outlets found to be shortchanging consumers,’’ he said.
Isyaku said that the regulatory agency was fully committed to assisting interested marketers who want to venture into dealing with Liquefied Gas LPG in accordance with the Federal Government policy on Domestic Gas Utilisation.
According to him, the department has intensified efforts on routine surveillance of all existing retail outlets.
“We will not compromise standards,’’ He said.
NAN reports that DRMS was recently launched by the national office of the department.
According to Isyaku, the device will assist DPR in online routine monitoring of stock positions of the products at both depots and retail outlets.
It will also help marketers to monitor activities in their filling stations. (NAN)