Press Release: Malta Chamber of SMEs congratulates Roberta Metsola on being elected President of the European Parliament
18 January 2022
Roberta Metsola was elected on the first count with 458 votes The Malta Chamber of...
This week negotiations continued with the Malta Resources Authority, Liquigas and Easygas to find practical solutions to the gas distribution problems caused by recent developments. The Prime Minister replied to GRTU on the points raised by gas distributors. Essentially the Prime Minister confirmed GRTU's position.
That the 1992 contract with Enemalta now binds Liquigas to utilise the gas distributors system of distribution and no other. The OFC decision on the other hand gives Easygas the facility to use the established system. Minister Pullicino on the other hand has stated publicly that Government will, for environmental and practical traffic management problems strive to have only one system of door to door distribution. GRTU believes that it is the responsibility of MRA to see that Government's objectives are satisfied.
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