DPR Set To Launch Automated Downstream Remote Monitoring Systems
The Department of Petroleum Resources has announced plans to launch its newly established Downstream Remote Monitoring Systems for registration and accreditation of petroleum products depots, retail outlets, and the entire downstream oil and gas industry.
The Head, Public Affairs, DPR, Paul Osu, in a statement on Wednesday said that the Downstream Remote Monitoring System will commence December 1, 2020.
Osu explained that the DRMS is a web-based solution designed to provide intelligent regulatory and inventory management system for petroleum products supply and distribution from depot to retail outlets, adding that it is also as a regulatory tool to monitor retail outlets and depot activities.
“Other features of the application include retail outlets accreditation and re-registration, nationwide automated product inventory management, retail outlets coordinate recording for mapping purposes and transactions management and report generation of dealers nationwide.
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