NIGC Will Resume Gas Delivery to CHP Plants

NIGC Will Resume Gas Delivery to CHP PlantsNIGC Will Resume Gas Delivery to CHP Plants

The National Iranian Gas Company will resume gas supply to combined heat and power (CHP) plants as soon as they settle their unpaid debts, managing director of the company said.
“CHP plants’ dues to NIGC have amounted to $17.5 million,” Hamidreza Araqi was quoted as saying by Shana, the Oil Ministry’s news agency. 
According to the official, these plants have been haggling over gas price with the National Iranian Oil Company and NIGC, which finally yielded positive results.
“The price of gas for the plants has been determined and they will soon be supplied with gas,” Araqi said without elaborating, expressing hope that CHP plants will clear the debt as soon as possible.
The official noted that there are still power stations that run on ecologically harmful fuel, especially mazut and diesel, with low efficiency.


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