Hiligaynon onews: Malampaya Shutdown matawhay nga natapos

  • February 17, 2017
  • Atty. Ma. Janet Mesa

 

Siyudad sang Taguig,  Pebrero 17 (PIA6)—Kasunod sa pagbinuligay sang mga stakeholders, si Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi nagpahayag nga ang gintalana nga maintenance shutdown  sang Malam paya  natapos na sang matawhay kag bag-o  pa ang schedule.   

Ang mga tikang nga ginhimo nakabulig paiway sang mga brownout nga resulta sang maintenance suno sa kay Cusi.

 ‘Sa kabilugan nga wala ang Malampay, ang reserba sang suplay sang kuryente ginmintenar sa normal nga mga libel.  Nagapasalamt  gid kami nga naglampas sa kritikal nga panahon nga kutani nagresulta sa pagpagwa sang grid alert” siling ni Cusin.

Ang  Malampaya consortium nagbalita nga ang natural gas suplay sarang magamit sang mga manubakal sang natgas.  Ang nagabug-os sang consortium amo ang  Shell Philippines Exploration B.V., Chevron Malampaya LLC kag PNOC Exploration Corporation.

Suno  sa kay Cusi nga ang consortium nagbalita man nga ang tanan mga aktibidades sa maintenance ginhimo nga ginkonsiderar ang kaluasan sang tanan nga mga tinawo.

 Ang  Malampaya Gas to Power Project naga suplay sang natural gas sa lima ka mga natural gas nga planta nga ara sa Batangas – Sta. namely Sta. Rita (1,000 MW), San Lorenzo (500 MW), Ilijan (1,200 MW), Avion (97 MW), kag  San Gabriel (414 MW).

Samtang si  Cusi  nagdagmit nga ang publiko dapat magpadayun sa pagpatigayun sang energy efficiency  kag pagkinot, bangud ini makadugang sa pagpahaganhagan sang pagdula sang suplay sang kuryente.(DOE/jcm/pia6) 


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