Of the 55 operational CNG stations, 44 are situated in Delhi, 5 in Ghaziabad, three in Noida, two in Greater Noida and one in Gurugram.
- Last Updated: March 24, 2020, 5:08 PM IST
Indraprastha Gas Ltd, the agency that retails CNG to cars within the nationwide capital, on Monday shut down almost two-third of its CNG meting out retailers in Delhi, Noida and Ghaziabad as most autos went off-road as a result of coronavirus lockdown. While the corporate will function 55 retailers unfold throughout the nationwide capital territory to cater to restricted demand as a part of the rationalisation train, its piped pure fuel provides will stay unaffected by the lockdown.
However, recent piped pure fuel (PNG) connections is not going to be issued through the lockdown interval.
“In view of the lockdown announced in NCT of Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida, Ghaziabad and Gurugram, IGL has decided to rationalise its services through its select CNG stations for public fueling.
“A complete of 55 CNG stations of IGL shall be in operation through the interval of lockdown from March 23, 2020, until March 31, 2020, for public fueling in these areas primarily to fulfill the necessities of emergency autos and important service autos,” it said in a statement.
IGL has some 155 self-operated CNG stations in the NCT.
The CNG dispensing operations at petrol pumps as well as Delhi Transport Corp (DTC) depots will continue unhindered. Of the 55 operational CNG stations, 44 are located in Delhi, five in Ghaziabad, three in Noida, two in Greater Noida and one in Gurugram.
“The CNG stations situated in DTC depots shall even be operational as per necessities of DTC fleet,” the statement said. IGL said the supply of PNG to household kitchens shall remain uninterrupted during the period and area control rooms shall remain functional to attend to any customer complaint received through 24×7 customer care or any other digital mode like e-mail, website or IGL Connect Mobile App.
“However, the duty of offering new PNG connections could be on maintain,” it added.