Sunday, June 4, 2023

Cupet assures that gas supply has been restored in Havana

The state company Union Cuban Petroleos (Cupet) assured on the night of 22 May that the gas supply interruption had been restored at least since 10 pm that day. In an informative note, the entity indicated that they had worked hard to eliminate defects affecting this service to the Havana population.

“Inventory recovery at the manufactured gas company’s Plant 2 continues, adding to pressure and stability in service.

A gas pipeline has been opened to support Plant 1, thus improving the delivery of gas to customers in Cerro, 10 de Octubre, Plaza, Old Havana and Centro Habana. At 10 pm on May 22, the service returned to normal”, reads the note.

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A report on Cuban TV assured that they were on the scene and we verified how much work has been done and is still being done to activate other equipment and thereby increase the gas pressure to customers in Havana happened.

“We took snapshots of these people in full swing and appreciated the damage caused by the incident,” he added.

At 12:10 a.m. on Sunday, May 21, as reported by Cupet himself, a switch in the compressor system of the Puerto Escondido plant supplying gas to Havana failed. Due to this only 40% was received in the gas production plants built, therefore, the service to customers in some municipalities was partially or completely affected.

Especially in houses with low pressure in the arrival of gas, in the municipalities of Plaza, 10 de Octubre, Cerro, Habana Vieja and Centro Habana; In the case of Playa and Marianao municipalities, the impact was total. It is believed that this service is being normalized since last night.

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