LAHORE Gas supply from SNGPL would be resumed to various power plants from Wednesday (today), which further decrease the electricity generation and demand gap, said Pakistan Electric Power Company Director General Muhammad Khalid here on Tuesday. During a weekly media briefing, Khalid said almost 600MW would be added in the total generation after the normal supply of gas. However, he added the demand of electricity was also increasing day by day. Dilating the power situation, he said generation was 11,020MW and demand was 12,380MW with the shortfall of 1,360MW in national grid on last 24 hours. He was of the view that loadshedding was normal. He said that the PEPCO was getting 13mmcf gas for Kotri; 30mmcf for Jamshoru and 165mmcf for Guddu power plants at current. PEPCO DG said that almost all the major grid stations had been repaired in Lahore, which would help to overcome the power tripping. He said National Transmission and Despatch Company (NTDC) was responsible for repairing and augmentation of the grid stations and transmission lines. He said NTDC repaired and upgraded all major grid stations not only in Lahore but also across the country. NTDC spent Rs 683 million during 2009-10 and repaired transformers of 500KV and 220KV.