The CNG stations across the province of Sindh would be resuming the operations at 10 p.m. tonight after a 46-hour suspension of gas stations closure, as per the reports of local media.
As per the details, the Sui Southern Gas Company has once again altered its schedule for the gas supply to the gas filling stations in the province. According to the new schedule, CNG would be available at the filling stations from 10 p.m. on Tuesday until the 6 a.m. on Wednesday for 8 hours.
Earlier the Sui Southern Gas Company Limited (SSGCL) which had made the announcement of opening the CNG stations at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, extended the closure for further 10 hours.
Previously, on the 5th of January, the CNG stations would be remaining closed for 36 hours across the province, as the gas crisis which had further increased in the province.
The SSGC had stopped the gas supply to all the CNG stations owing to the low gas pressure, the firm had said. The CNG stations would be resuming the operations on Tuesday at 8 a.m. after the 36 hours of closure.
The low gas pressure and a surge in the local demand due to the prevalent cold weather which has gripped different parts of the country which has urged the company to gas suspend the gas supply to the CNG sector, resulting in many problems for people, especially the travellers who extensively depend on the public transportation for a daily commute.