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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

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Pakistan, Turkmenistan to Discuss TAPI Project

Pakistan and Turkmenistan will discuss issue related to TAPI gas pipeline project next week when, Pakistani newspaper Express Tribune reported earlier this week. The topic will come up during Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s visit Turkmenistan on May 20. Last year, gas companies of Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan...

Indian Foreign Minister in Turkmenistan to Discuss TAPI Project

India’s Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj is in Turkmenistan where she will co-chair a meeting to discuss key bilateral and regional issues, including the TAPI gas pipeline project, reported Press Trust of India. Swaraj will co-chair the fifth India-Turkmenistan Inter- Governmental Joint Commission...

Pakistan Expects Work on TAPI Project to Start Later This Year

Work on TAPI gas pipeline project could begin by end of this year, Sartaj Aziz, advisor to Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj said Sunday. A leading financing agency had agreed to provide finance for the project and the issue of pricing will be finalised very soon, Sartaj...

TAPI Pipeline Negotiations at the Final Stage

Negotiation related to TAPI natural gas pipeline is at the final stage, India’s Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said in Parliament on Monday. The TAPI pipeline will export up to 33 billion cubic meters of natural gas a year from Turkmenistan to Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India over 30 years.

Kabul to Host Next TAPI Pipeline Project Summit

Kabul will host the next TAPI gas pipeline summit within two months, Afghan business portal Wadsam reported Sunday. The officials of the concerned nations will finalize the inception date of the project during the upcoming meeting. Gas companies of Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan...

Cost of TAPI Gas Pipeline Could Rise to $10 bn

Delay in implementation could push up cost of Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India (TAPI) gas pipeline project to $10 billion, Asian Development Bank has warned. According to Pakistan’s Express Tribune newspaper earlier estimates had put the cost at $7.5 billion, which will now go up by $2.

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