However, the situation improved around 10:30am Monday when the gas pressure at Tema increased to 29 Bars, according to figures from the Ghana Grid Company.
Information reaching Citi News also indicated that Ghana owes gas suppliers in Nigeria, and the situation could lead to unstable gas supply in the coming days.
This latest development means Ghana will lose an additional 500 megawatts of power.
Ghana is currently shedding about 500 megawatts of power daily and the situation could leave Ghana clinging to less than 800 megawatts of power to drive domestic, commercial and industrial activities.
It has also emerged that the Volta River Authority owes the Ghana Gas Company for gas supplied to the various plants in Takoradi.
The Ghana Gas Company is expected to help Ghana improve power production by about 540MW when its Atuabo Gas Project is fully commissioned.
Source : http://business.citifmonline.com/2015/03/30/nigeria-cuts-gas-supply-to-ghana-over-indebtedness/#sthash.Ogig9Pt6.dpuf