I see Kuwait stared using new safer LPG domestic gas tanks for cookers, the new blue tanks are made of stainless steel and are more durable than the older black ones and do not require to change the head so practically they are safer. I asked the man who works at the gas workshop in my area about new gas tanks, he says they are disposable, lighter in weight (8KGs compared to 13 KGs for old tanks) and are more safe but they are more expensive since the new gas tank costs KD11.750 compared to KD8 before.
As for the tank life, both contain the same amount of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) which I think produced by KNPC. My question is since they are disposable, what people are supposed to do with them when gas run out? Happy safe cooking!
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I was reading this recent report made by International Monetary Fund which states that Kuwait is now considered the world’s most oil dependent country where 95% of Kuwait’s revenues come from oil, bad news.
The sad thing is that we were less oil dependent in the past but dependency increased over years and I can’t tell why? Oil prices could drop any moment and oil reserves can also deplete, what are our options?
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صدر اعلان التوظيف في القطاع النفطي اليوم على موقع مؤسسة البترول الكويتية لحديثي التخرج حملة الشهادة الجامعية وحملة شهادة الدبلوم بالاضافة للتوظيف على عقود شركات المقاولات التابعة للشركات النفطية.ا
لزيارة صفحة التوظيف الاطلاع على الشروط والمؤهلات المطلوبة بالاضافة للمستندات والتقديم على وظيفة اضغط هنا
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