Adjustments to be made to meet change in demand for gas

A member of the SP Group gas operations team at an offtake station conducting checks on the gas regulators. The utilities firm is adjusting the gas pressures within the transmission and distribution network for residential and industrial customers as Sing
A member of the SP Group gas operations team at an offtake station conducting checks on the gas regulators. The utilities firm is adjusting the gas pressures within the transmission and distribution network for residential and industrial customers as Singapore enters phase two of its reopening. PHOTO: SP GROUP

Town gas demand set to fall in heartland, rise across S'pore as economy reopens: SP Group

Utilities firm SP Group will be adjusting the gas transmission and distribution network over the next few weeks in the light of changing gas demands as Singapore enters phase two of its reopening.

It expects that demand for town gas will fall in the heartland and rise across the island as food and beverage outlets resume walk-in operations, shops reopen and more people go back to work on-site.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 20, 2020, with the headline 'Adjustments to be made to meet change in demand for gas'. Print Edition | Subscribe