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DPR to launch Downstream Monitoring Remote Systems 

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The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) is set to launch the newly established Downstream Remote Monitoring Systems (DRMS) in Abuja on 1st December 2020

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.

It is also designed as a regulatory tool to monitor retail outlets and depot activities.

Other  features of the application includes 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.

The establishment of DRMS is another strategic initiative of DPR to continue to create opportunities and enable business in the oil and gas industry in Nigeria.

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