The Inter-District Scheme was introduced upon realising that the movement of petroleum products to certain parts of the country did not qualify for reimbursement under the Bridging scheme. This is despite the additional transportation costs incurred by Marketers who move their products across Depot districts under 450 kilometres but without full Bridging support.
This scheme is a cross-breed created to facilitate the movement of products from one Depot district to another to ensure the availability of products in areas of scarcity. The level of Inter-district movements has since increased and ensured the availability of products.
Checklist for the Automated Processing of Claims (Bridging, Inter-district and NTA)
- Bridging Acknowledgement Form (endorsed by the Depot Representative)
- Meter ticket/ Waybill/ Invoice/ Loading ticket
- PEF(M)B loading and receiving stamps on the above duly signed and dated by PEF(M)B depot representative
- Stakeholders’ stamps at loading and receiving depots.
- Product Out-Turn Report/form (in the letter-headed paper of the outlet station and duly stamped and signed by the Station Manager), confirming that the product was discharged at the outlet.
- Meter ticket required for NTA Local Liftings signed by the Receiving Depot Representative and Stakeholders.
- Products must be delivered within ten (10) days of lifting.
- Cases of breakdown and final date of delivery of product should be reported within 10days from date of breakdown to the Receiving Depot representative.
- PEF(M)B reserves the right to change any of the above without prior notice.