No supply to Sindh, Balochistan CNG stations from Dec 1


The gas supply to the CNG sector will remain suspended for more than two months starting December 1, the Sui Southern Gas Company said on Monday.

In a statement, the SSGC said gas supply was being suspended to the CNG sector in a bid to manage the additional winter load of domestic customers.

It has been decided to suspend gas supply to all CNG stations across Sindh and Balochistan from December 1, 2021till February 15, 2022, the statement said.

The decision was taken in adherence to the Ministry of Energy’s (Petroleum Division) approved gas-load management plan, which places domestic and commercial customers on top of the gas sectoral priority list.

“The decision to suspend gas supply to the CNG sector has been taken to make gas available to the domestic and commercial sectors during the current winter season that has seen a major additional demand especially in Balochistan that is already experiencing chilly winter season,” the statement said.


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