CNG stations in Sindh reopened after four days closure

Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

31st Jan, 2021. 10:08 am

Long queues witnessed outside Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations on Sunday as they opened this morning after four days closure.

According to the details, the stations across the province have been reopened only for the period of 24 hours.

Sindh’s energy minister Imtiaz Ahmed Sheikh had said that the province only has enough gas reserves to last 12 years and that oil reserves are also gradually declining.

He claimed that Sindh’s gas was being “plundered” and Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited is being supplied gas through Sindh’s pipelines.

Responding to various written and supplementary questions of members during Question Hour on Energy Department in the Sindh Assembly, Imtiaz Sheikh said that “gas will only be available in Sindh for another 12 to 15 years”.

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