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Imports of industrial fuel and cooking gas remain below estimated needs

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Imports of industrial fuel used to operate the Gaza Power Plant (GPP) increased by 16 percent compared to last week (1.09 vs. 0.94 million litres). Despite this increase, the amount of fuel that entered represents only 35 percent of the quantity required for the power plant to perate at full capacity. As a result, the majority of the population continues to experience power cuts of 8-12 hours per day.
Similarly, imports of cooking gas increased by 35 percent this week (873 vs. 646 tonnes), representing 62 percent of the average weekly needs, as estimated by the Gas Stations Owners Association. As shortfalls continue, the rationing scheme for cooking gas, introduced in November 2009, remains in place.
 
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