- Gas supply was suspended in December last year.
- Supplies will resume from 8am on Feb 14.
- Stations operating only on RLNG to reopen.
KARACHI: The compressed natural gas (CNG) stations across Sindh and Balochistan will reopen on February 14 (Monday) after a gap of nearly three months.
A statement from the Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) said Friday the management has decided to resume gas supplies to all those CNG stations that are operating on RLNG.
The supplies will resume from 8am.
“…Gas supply was suspended to CNG sector from December 1, 2021, till February 15, 2022, in accordance to the Gas Load Management Plan,” the statement said.
The gas supplies are being restored to only those CNG stations that are operating on RLNG, the statement noted.