On Friday, the Federal Energy Minister, Omar Ayub addressed the Council of All Pakistan Textile Association (CAPTA) in an organized convention that took place in the house of the Pakistan Hosiery Manufacturers Association (PHMA).
During the convention, the minister stated that he has set up the required measures to give the gas supply to the major industries of the country in the upcoming five months.
This conference was scheduled to discuss the considerable gas power supply shortage that is presumed to occur during winters.
However, the minister reassured that the occurrence of gas shortage will be recovered by the insertion of 350 mmcfd RLNG. This is how the gas supply will be maintained amidst the number of 1,350 to 1400 mmcfd in the SSGCL.
Furthermore, he declared that he has asked the Sindh Government to consent to the issue and come up with the right way of providing high-pressure gas lines over the length of 17 Kilometer.
This endeavor will supposedly lead to quashing the imminent energy shortage in the province. The approval for this project is expected to come from the Sindh Provincial cabinet soon.
Moreover, the minister stated that in order to compensate for the gas demand in the region, the government will give RLNG connections. It will take a time of two months for the execution of this measure. From 9th December, the project will be officially inaugurated.