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Gazprom promised to supply gas to small private houses free of charge

Gazprom promised to supply gas to small private houses free of charge
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Private houses with an area of ​​up to 300 square meters in Gazprom have promised to be connected to gas free of charge. This will be done by the regional gasification operator.

As the RIA News, such plans were shared on the air of the Russia-1 channel by the general director of Gazprom Mezhregiongaz Sergey Gustov. According to him, the regional operator will bring the gas pipeline to the borders of the land plot. Entering the settlement, the gas pipeline will be led down the street, bends to houses, then asphalt and landscaping disturbed areas.

Each consumer will pay for the arrangement of the gas network within the site independently. Those consumers whose maximum hourly gas consumption does not exceed seven cubic meters, and the site is located 200 meters or more from the gas distribution network, will be able to count on free distribution.

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