| 20 May 2024, Monday |

Will the Lebanese turn off the lights by mid-September?!

“There was a lack of fuel oil and diesel for energy production,” EDL sources told LBCI, “therefore the company decreased production capacity and also ordered the two Turkish ships to cut production capacity to around 170 megawatts.”

“The business intends to extend the period of saving gasoline and oil in order to continue supplying residents with some hours of feeding,” according to the EDL.

The company also stated that “power production would be fully endangered in mid-September,” adding that “the contract with the Turkish company terminates at the end of September, and there is a propensity to withdraw the two ships.”

  • Sawt Beirut International