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Within “a decent life” .. the launch of the gas service in the village of Khans in Qena x 5 information


During the end of last week, the first natural gas torch was launched for the first housing unit in the village of Khans in the Abu Chat Center in Qena Governorate, after the Modern Gas Company finished pumping gas to the village included in the first phase of the presidential initiative (a decent life). The following is the most important information and it was as follows. .

1- Modern Gas Company has completed the implementation of the interconnection pressure network in the village with a length of 1080 meters.

2- Executing 3 tunnel payments, a gas regulator, and implementing a low pressure network with a length of 10,000 meters, including house branches, and it is ready to expedite the implementation of the contracts of citizens in the village of Bakhans to deliver gas to their housing units as soon as possible to ensure that the people of the village benefit from this civilized service.

3- The facilitating procedure for the installment of the delivery cost on the consumption bill, based on the benefit of the village and the villages of a decent life from the initiative launched by the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources to installment the cost of citizens’ contribution to deliver gas to their housing units on the consumption bill at a rate of 30 pounds per month for 6 years without interest in the cities And the new areas that gas reaches for the first time.

4- Engineer Mohamed Kandil, head of Modern Gas Company, explained that it is planned that Modern Gas will deliver natural gas to 1200 housing units in the village.

5- Thus, the villages benefiting from the civilized natural gas service in Qena Governorate will become 14 villages, all of which come within the presidential initiative, a decent life (first phase), and implementation is underway in other villages upon completion of the sewage projects.

Oil, gas, decent life villages, gas delivery to decent life villages, natural gas, Ministry of Petroleum

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