The gas supply shortage registered in the country's eastern areas was due to internal adjustments in a plant
venezuela's state-owned oil company PDVSA said on Tuesday to be on alert for the recent attack against a fuel storage plant in Ayatawa, a Colombian town near the border.
"What is happening in the country indicates that we should be in a state of alert, without creating alarm, but watching every step so that we are not get by surprise," PDVSA chief of Loss Recovery and Management, Wilmer Barrientos, said.
In an interview with Venezolana de Television, Barrientos said that a shortage in gas supply registered in the country's eastern areas was due to internal adjustments in a plant. However, he urged the people to be on alert to any suspicion of sabotage.
"The counterrevolution is not quiet and will be doing things," stated the official, who assured that a lot of progress has been achieved in the field of security in PDVSA, a strategic company for the South American country.
Barrientos stated that the Venezuelan storage plant in Colombian territory boasts a fuel delivery program, including special prices to counteract the high level of smuggling of this essential item between the two neighboring nations.