THE Energy Regulation Board (ERB) says it expects a good proportion of fuel to start arriving in the country through a pipeline by the end of March. Speaking when he featured on Millennium TV’s “Pulse Nation” programme, Tuesday, ERB Board Chairperson Reynolds Bowa said plans to ensure delivery of fuel via a pipeline had advanced. “I was just explaining to you how we hope to change dramatically the modus by which we deliver fuel into this country. Those plans are well advanced. My expectation is that by the end of March, a good proportion of our fuel will be arriving in the country by pipeline. Mind you, a pipeline is 1,704 kilometers long. It’s not ‘switch it now and get…...

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