No planned gas load shedding in country: Petroleum Division


ISLAMABAD: Petroleum Division has said there is no planned gas load shedding anywhere in the country for domestic, commercial or industrial sector.

According to a statement of Petroleum Division's Spokesperson on Monday, isolated complaints of low gas pressure are being attended actively.

With reference to a press report today, it stated that one LNG cargo that was scheduled to arrive on 18th December was delayed at loading port and is now scheduled to arrive today.

This will allow the two sui companies to further enhance the supplies from tomorrow which is expected to improve the system pressure.

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