Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan 19/11 (AntaranewsKalsel) - Fuel supply, especially subsidized gasoline and diesel, at a number of gas stations (SPBU) in South Kalimantan are not normal in the last month.
AntaranewsKalsel has monitored in Banjarmasin, subsidized gasoline and diesel sometimes available and sometimes empty at SPBUs in the province consisting of 13 districts and cities.
Reportedly, the drivers and owners of motor vehicles as users of subsidized fuel into distraught and complain of the unnatural availability of both types of fuel.
A driver of public transportation Banjarmasin - Gambut (Banjar District) told he was forced to and fro to find gas stations that have a fuel supply.
"At the street vendors there is a sale of gasoline, but the price goes up from the gas station, while our income is not much," said the driver.
Due to the unnormal availability of subsidized gasoline and diesel fuel, the trucks queue is still long in some gas stations, such as in Banjarmasin, Banjarbaru, and Banjar.
The long queue of trucks and other cars are seen among are at the gas station Jalan A Yani Km5,5 Banjarmasin, Km17 Banjar, and Km26 Landasan Ulin, Banjarbaru.
Meanwhile, the operator of one gas station in Jalan A Yani said, the unnormal of supply has been for about a month.
"From the information and experience, subsidized diesel has decreased supply to the gas station, that is if usually three tankers, now only two tankers," said the operator.