The Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA) has completed the implementation of a 305km-long natural gas network in all areas of Rahmaniyah, which brings the overall length of the network in the city of Sharjah to 1,750km.
SEWA is currently working on implementing a 16km strategic line from the Rahmaniyah station to the Muwailih commercial area to serve the region and a number of areas and development projects, such as Al Waha, Nasma, Al Zahia, among other projects.
SEWA’s services to the people of the Rahmaniyah areas, which takes advantage of the natural gas pumping station, connects to 700 residential villas, while connections to the rest of the buildings are underway.
The natural gas networks have been started in the areas of Al Seyouh, and the network will be implemented for developmental projects.
The projects are in line with the directives of the Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, according to the state-run news agency Wam.
The chairman of SEWA, Rashid Al Leem, highlighted that the natural gas network and the pumping station operate according to the best technical specifications and the highest international safety and security systems.
He also noted that the plan aims to reach natural gas to all areas of Sharjah. As part of this framework, studies are being carried out to continue to establish stations and implement extensions in Sharjah.
Leem also pointed out that the number of people who benefit from natural gas services in Sharjah exceeded 300,000, and that SEWA continues to expand the natural gas network in the new areas of Sharjah, as well as the eastern regions of Kalba and Khorfakkan.
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