gas cut

gas cut

[′gas ‚kət]
(petroleum engineering)
A foamy mixture of gas and drilling mud recovered in testing.
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The street has now been shut and the electricity and gas cut.
The British Gas cut will take effect on March 16, while EDF is reducing its prices on March 24.
1 after attending a climate conference in Paris, Erdoy-an claimed Turks "are accustomed to suffering," in response to a question on the effects of a possible gas cut by Russia, the result of a crisis over a Russian fighter jet Turkey recently shot down.
Only British Gas cut bills, by five per cent, in August.
But the Scottish Gas cut doesn't come in until the worst of the cold weather is likely to have passed.
Mark Todd of Energyhelpline said: "If British Gas cut bills the others will follow.
They claimed that extreme gas cut off is being carried out since two months due to which their children are going to school without having anything to eat.
Gas cut off by Uzbekistan for southern Kyrgyzstan has manifested fragility of the energy system of Kyrgyzstan, Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Joomart Otorbayev said at the meeting of the coordination council for cooperation with development partners on May 27, reports Tazabek.
The minister said the gas cut costs Jordan about $3 million per day, with the country resorting to more expensive heavy fuel and diesel.
Four days a week of gas load shedding had already crippled industrial activities in Punjab, while additional gas cut would completely halt economic activities and badly hit Pakistan's export performance.
The minister pointed out that the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Bill should be the legal basis of the gas cut implementation, but the bill has yet to clear the legislative floor.
British Gas cut bills for more than five million customers by making an instant average cut of 5% in its standard electricity tariff.