Khartoum, Sept. 20 (SUNA) - The Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Economic Planning Mutaz Musa has reassured the position of fuel supplies in the country through his Thursday's visit to the Khartoum oil Refinery in Al-Gaili, accompanied by the Minister of the Council of Ministers Ahmed Saad Omar and the Governor of the Central Bank Mohammed Khair Al-Zubair. The Prime Minister gave directives to the Ministry of Oil, Gas and Minerals to provide permanent and stable supply of fuel to meet the requirements of harvest and the win-ter seasons, pointing out that the visit came as a part of the completion of the comprehensive state reform program, stressing that the current arrangements in the fuel sector are adequate. Musa reminding with the challenges facing the country, stressing the possibility of surpassing them according to a scientific and realistic vision, including the need to provide wheat and fuel, revealing that visits to strategic reserve of wheat and flour mills to check on the supply of wheat, as well as a meeting on minerals with the Ministry of Oil, Gas and Minerals to make minerals to lead exports in the short term. The Prime Minister announced the government intention to set up power plants to meet the demands of production and housing with a surplus of up to 20%, explaining that the Garry 3 station, which he visited on Thursday, has a capacity of 935 MW, describing it as the second largest station in the country in terms of capacity. The Minister of Oil, Gas and Minerals Engineer Azhari Abdul-Gadir Abdullah promised the Suda-nese people with a new oil uprising, particularly that his ministry launched new era in the oil sector, pointing out that the ministry was able to resume the suspended fields in southern Su-dan within four months as well as signing agreement with companies operating in the South Sudan oil to transfer and treat the ministry’s share, under which the Sudan gets $ 14 a barrel, describing the agreement as the pivotal in the history of the oil industry in the country. Azhari pointed to a number of agreements with Chinese, Indian and Malaysian companies to conti-nue work in the fields in addition to entering into new blocks as well as the exploration and production of natural gas.