Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations in Sindh closed in the morning at 8 am after 12 hours of supply, whereas stations operating in Punjab and Potohar region including Islamabad would remain open for 60 hours from Wednesday 8am to Friday 8pm.
As per details, The CNG stations reopened across province at 8:00 pm on Tuesday and shut down at 8:00 am on Wednesday.
Long queues of vehicles seen at the CNG stations in Karachi.
According to Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) spokesperson, the company is facing difficulties to meet the demand of domestic and commercial gas consumers in the province.
On the other hand Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations operating in Punjab and Potohar region including Islamabad would remain open for 60 hours from Wednesday 8am to Friday 8pm.
This announced by All Pakistan CNG Association (APCNGA) Chairman Ghiyas Paracha on Tuesday
Paracha said a mechanism devised to end gas load-shedding in Punjab and ensure uninterrupted supply to CNG stations there.
Efforts were underway to open CNG outlets as per schedule across the Sindh province during next few days, he added.