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Dhaka Sunday,  Feb 26, 2017

Gas Sector

stove-gas Gas supply will be shut down thursday from 11 am to 6 pm at the East side of Mirpur-10 to Agargaon Road. That includes Manipur, Kazipara, Shewrapara, Pirerbag, Barabag, Agargaon, Senpara, Ibrahimpur, North Kafrul, Parbata, Taltala, Kalayanpur, Shyamoli and adjacent araes due to pipeline shifting work under Dhaka Metro Rail construction project.
titas-gas-norshingdi-337x205 Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company limited has disconnected a total of 290 illegal gas connections of 190 different houses of Maona Madhypara area in Sripur Upazila of Gazipur district. A task force of Titas conducted this drive on 15th February to detect and eliminate the illegal gas connections at that area. Sources from Titas informed that, the mobile court has disconnected a total of 1.8 kilometers of gas pipelines... »
gas-cilinder blust More and more people are getting injured, burnt and a large portion of them eventually dying due to cylinder blasts that have been taking place in the country for the last couple of years. At least 50 were injured and 10 died in last one-year time span. In the last January alone, there was 4 huge cylinder blast incidents that took place in the city. Cylinders filled with hydrocarbon based... »
lng The government has decided to procure two new Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) carrier vessels from China. Bangladesh Shipping Corporation (BSC) has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Chinese Institute of Maritime and Offshore Engineering HB Co LTD to buy those two vessels. The MoU signing ceremony held at the secretariat on last Tuesday. BSC managing director Commodore M Habibur Rahman and Chinese Institute of Marine and Offshore Engineering HB Company... »
jomuna fertilizer company-energybangla Urea production in Jamuna Fertiliser Company Limited (JFCL) at Tarakandi in Sarishabari Upazila of Jamalpur district has stopped on last Monday due to a sharp drop in supply of ammonia gas to the factory. Mahbuba Sultana, the acting managing director of the JFCL has informed that, JFCL had been getting gas at around 10-11 kg/sq cm for the last one week where the minimum requirement was 15 kg/sq cm. Throughout... »
cng Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company limited has disconnected the gas connections of five CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) station as the owners of these stations disobeyed the government directives. Sources from Titas informed that, the CNG stations are bound to remain closed from 5 PM to 9 PM everyday as per government directives. However, a few CNG station owners violated the government directives by operating during the prohibited hours. As... »
titas-gas-norshingdi-337x205 Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company limited, one of the state owned distribution authority has disconnected a total of 49 thousands 161 illegal gas connections including 2 CNG stations, 4 commercial organizations as well as 80.24 kilometers of gas line in this last January. Titas, in a recent press release said that, it has started conducting drive to snap the illegal connections and eventually cut them off. A mobile court... »
raozan-power-plant-cht-energy-bangla-205x205 All the gas-fired power plants have shut down in Chittagong due to gas crisis. Gas allocated to the power plants is now being supplied to the fertiliser factories. Resumption of electricity supply from the power plants is uncertain. Electricity crisis in Chittagong has increased manifolds. Due to gas crisis the government operates the power plants and fertiliser factories alternatively. An official of the Power Development Board (PDB) said on February... »
nosrul-hamid-indonasia-energy-bangla-307x205 Indonesia is interested in exporting LNG to Bangladesh, Iwan Wiranata Atmadja, the Indonesian ambassador to Bangladesh said January 29, according to Dhaka Tribune. Atmadja met with Bangladeshi state minister for power, energy and mineral resources Nasrul Hamid. “We would require 3,500mn ft3/d gas in the future. So, we have been looking for available sources,” the minister said. Atmadja further stated that Indonesian public as well as private companies are willing... »
lng1-337x205 The government is likely to import Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) from Qatar’s state-run RasGas to meet the country’s current demand for gas. The cabinet committee on economic affairs on Wednesday has approved the proposal in principle of importing 3.75 million tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from RasGas at an estimated cost of US$2.28 billion. The cabinet committee also approved a proposal of installing a floating LNG terminal at Maheshkhali,... »