Power shortages continue to increase in the country – Pakistan oil and gas news

Crisis in
Pakistan,
the authorities
continue to pursue
energy
deficit grew
to a record
8200
mega
watts (
MW), a famous news source
reported
on Wednesday.
Currently, electricity
is 8200
MW,
while demand is
16,400 MW
during the day.
The deficit
attributed
to an increase in
loadshedding.

Pepco Energy Management
Cell, said that the energy crisis
which has worsened
due to
loadshedding
schedule
can not be performed.
Urban areas have
up to 10-15
hours of power
failure
, and in rural areas
the situation is
even worse
with the
power outages
of up to 20
hours.
Sources said the power
shortages experienced
oil and gas supplies, while
also
reducing water supplies, which are added
in a critical situation.
Sources cautioned that the
crisis will be worse if
a sufficient number of oil and gas to
power was not restored.
Water was also
suspended for
a few areas, as well as
the challenges that people face
continue to grow.
Meanwhile, protests against
prolonged power outages
continued across the country.

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