20 CNG stations in Yangon close due to falling demand

20 Yangon CNG stations close on September 16 as the sale of CNG declines, according to a representative of the Yangon Region CNG Sales Department.

A total of 41 CNG stations currently sell around 19 million cubic feet of gas each day in the city. Given that consumption rates have fallen by around 50 percent, around half of the existing stations will close.

“The remaining 21 stations will continue to run as usual. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the sale of CNG was between 20milllion and 21million cubic feet, and the demand fell to just 9 million cubic feet during the Thingyan period,” U Hla Win Htay Htay, general manager of CNG under Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise, said.

“The 21 CNG stations will be open from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm in the townships of Insein, Ahlone, Mingalardon, Thaketa, Dagon Myothit (north), Hlaing Thayar, East Dagon, Kyimyindaing, Thanlyin, Mingalar Taung Nyunt, Dagon Seikkan, South Okkalapa and Hmawbi,” he added

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Source : Myanmar Times

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