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New gasoline pumps installed in the country

333 pumps have already been installed in 176 service stations in the first phase

With the purpose of continuing with the Recovery and Renaissance Plan of the country's main industry, the Minister of Popular Power of Petroleum and president of PDVSA, Pedro Rafael Tellechea, put the new fuel pumps into operation at the El Ávila Service Station , in Caracas.

The change in technology begins with a pilot plan at this station, and will be carried out progressively on a national scale in order to technologically adapt the service stations, and will cover, in its first stage, the states: Zulia, Bolívar, Carabobo and progressively the rest of the entities in the country.

The pumps have antistatic technology, which favors the use of cell phones through an App designed to make the service more efficient, according to the press release from the Ministry of Petroleum.

Present at the activity were Héctor Obregón Executive Vice President of PDVSA, Juan Carlos Díaz, Vice President of Commerce and National Supply, Ricardo Gómez, President of PDVSA Bariven and Román Maniglia, President of the Bank of Venezuela.

In this sense, Minister Tellechea highlighted that, “we already have 333 Chinese technology dispensers installed in 176 of the 1800 service stations in Venezuela.

He also reported that, “the fuel subsidy remains, but we are considering complying with the scheme in a dating mode; In the coming days we will have an application to organize the enjoyment,” said Tellechea.

The Minister highlighted that this new system makes it possible to avoid manipulation of the service, “the guarantees of transparency are greater; Provide receipt in hand, what you supply is what you pay,” explained the head of the oil portfolio.

He referred to the current capacity that the National Transportation Company (ENT) has for the distribution of gasoline on a national scale, “we are at 95% capacity and now what we are doing is improving and changing our fleet of vehicles. "The ideal is 1200 units and we currently have 1100," he said.

Juan Carlos Díaz, vice president of Commerce and National Supply of PDVSA, indicated that “the system is compatible with the mobile payment modality; allows self-dispatch for the user; It also has a QR code, facial recognition (for transfers or mobile payment), which can be done in advance if the service station is affiliated with the platform,” Díaz explained.

The management of the Minister of Popular Power of Petroleum and president of PDVSA, Pedro Rafael Tellechea, continues to focus on the renewal of the processes carried out by the national oil industry, always with the support of the workers and the support of President Nicolás Maduro Moros leveraging the definitive development process of the Nation.

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