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Govt is set to introduce two new policies for LNG, LPG

State Minster for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid on Saturday the government is set to introduce two policies in a month to regulate price of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as well as to ensure safety in bottling, transportation and use.

Nasrul made that remark during a Meet the Press organised by Dhaka Reporters Unity (DRU) in its Sagar-Runi Conference room.

The power and energy ministry would also introduce price policy for the LPG, adding, “The government is trying to make LPG as a popular fuel for household users and the LPG would also be used in industries instead of natural gas supplied on pipelines,”

He said that the government would begin supply of natural gas from imported LNG from June 2018, when current level of gas supplies would start declining.

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