Fred. Olsen claims the entry of natural gas in the Canary Islands to reduce fuel prices - La Provincia

The vice president of the Government of the Canary Islands, Pablo Rodríguez (CC), has defended today that in the flights with the peninsula "there is no artificial price rise" as a result of the increase in resident aid, as they have denounced various social and political sectors. He tooTransportation counselorIt has attributed the feeling that travelers have that flying has become more expensive than "what has been is an extraordinary increase in demand" as a result of the price reduction caused by the discount to the islanders, who tend to " exhaust the cheapest prices "in the first place, with which those who buy their passages are later forced to acquire the higher fares.

Since the air sector "tariff systems are complex" and it is usual that the different seats of the same flight are sold at different prices, depending on what they are and also according to the medium and when they are purchased, they have argued

Pablo Rodríguez has said, however, that "he expects the offer will be adapted to the demand and there will be more economic places" when the application of the 75% bonus is normalized, which was launched a few months ago.

And, in any case, has stressed that the control of possible business maneuvers to swell their benefits at the expense of pocketing such aid as reported is not the responsibility of the Government of the Canary Islands not the state. In this regard, Rodríguez recalled that theMinistry of developmenthas a Price Observatory whose data is not disclosed publicly, so it demanded the department that now directsJosé Luis Ábalosthat the evolution of air ticket prices between the Canary Islands and the Peninsula is known.


On the other hand, the shipping companyFred. OlsenHe warned of the need to have liquefied natural gas as an alternative to fuel as fuel for ships, given the prospect that in 2020 the community order will be in force, varying the composition of heavy fuels and increasing by 30 to 40 dollars. %.

The company's fleet director,Juan Ignacio Liaño, he recalled that, in fact, his company "has long wagered for liquefied gas", preparing the adequacy of their ships to change fuel despite requiring investment millionaires, but has also stated that his initiative has been suspended as a result of the opposition to the creation of a regasification plant in different sectors of Gran Canaria. Since, to opt for gas, "to be profitable, from the point of view of logistics, it takes a regasification," he argued, underlining that "that's what suppliers say" of said fuel.


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