Diversion of subsidized fuels is one of the major threats to the health of the oil sector which leads to adulteration of essential commodities like kerosene oil.
• Optimised Vehicle routes
• Prevent oil pilferage
• Monitor unauthorized stoppage
• Real-time monitoring of procurements and distribution
• Enhance operational transparency
• Controlling deviant behaviour
The companies end their watch once the commodities like petrol, diesel, kerosene and oil is loaded into tankers hired by wholesale dealers appointed by the state government. The dealers are the first point of diversion. Each is given a clutch of ration shops for supplying an allocated quantity of kerosene — unloaded and stored in barrels at these outlets. Sometimes, dealers divert entire tanker-loads. But, mostly kerosene is siphoned off in barrels from their godowns and sold to small industries at a discount to open market prices but higher than subsidized cost. There are others who use it to adulterate diesel.