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Ogra rejects SSGC's request to install 25,000 new connections

Ogra rejects SSGC's request to install 25,000 new connections

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Gas company demands Rs28 million for the installation of new connections

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ISLAMABAD (Dunnya News) – The Ogra has rejected a request for installation of 25,000 domestic meters on natural gas.

According to the Sui Southran Gas Company, 25,000 connections were pending due to ban of the federal government.

The gas company had demanded Rs28 million for the installation of the connection.

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According to Sui Southern Gas Company, 25,000 domestic connections have been pending since the federal government's ban, and they should be allowed. Due to the government ban for the fiscal year 2024-25, estimates for new meters have not been calculated, said the company.

Sui Southern Gas Company has requested permission for 350 commercial gas meters and 120 industrial connections on RLNG.

Ogra stated that they would consider new connections in light of the government's policy.