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Thursday, November 27, 2014

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China to Finance LNG Terminal, Pipeline Project in Pakistan

Beijing and Islamabad have signed a deal under which China will finance the LNG terminal and pipeline project in Pakistan. According to initial estimates, the project is expected to cost $3 billion – $1 billion will be needed to lay the pipeline from Gwadar and over $2 billion will be required...

Indian Minister in Turkmenistan to Discuss TAPI Pipeline

Taking a step closer to realising the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) natural gas pipeline, India's Minister of State for Petroleum & Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan on Tuesday left for Turkmenistan to attend the 19th Steering Committee meeting of TAPI project. Besides attending the...

TAPI Countries Establish Pipeline Company

Gas companies of Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India have established a company that will build, own and operate the planned 1,800-kilometer Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) natural gas pipeline, Asian Development Bank (ADB) said Thursday. Turkmengas, Afghan Gas Enterprise...

Pakistan, Iran Agree to Reach Middle Ground for Implementation of Pipeline Project

Pakistan and Iran have agreed to look for a middle ground to implement the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline. The decision was taken during the meeting between the two parties held on Tuesday in Tehran, Pakistani newspaper Express Tribune reported. “I am hopeful that both parties can find a consolidated...

Iran, Pakistan Deny Gas Pipeline Project is Dead

Despite recent Pakistani media reports about abandonment of Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline, Sartaz Aziz, Advisor to Pakistani Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs has been quoted as saying the project is still on. Aziz said that Islamabad is determined to complete its share of a multi-billion-dollar pipeline...

Pakistani Cabinet Approves Gwadar-Nawabshah LNG Terminal and Pipeline Project

Pakistan cabinet’s Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) on Thursday approved construction of 700km Gwadar-Nawabshah gas pipeline, reported Dawn, a local newspaper. The pipeline would also facilitate Iran-Pakistan pipeline project if international sanctions on Tehran go, the newspaper said. The...

Iran Could Use Gas Pipeline to Pakistan for Other Purposes

Tehran could find another use for a gas pipeline that was due to supply gas to Pakistan, Iran's outgoing Deputy Oil Minister Ali Majedi said. Construction of Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline has stuck as Pakistan has not been able to build the section of pipeline on its land due to pressure from US.

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