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Saturday, August 01, 2015

Gastech 2015 (Oct 27-30)

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Pakistani Official Says Country's Economic Progress Depends on Iranian Gas

Pakistan’s economic progress is dependent on gas imports from Iran, economic adviser to country’s ministry of finance Sakib Sherani said. “Given the nuclear agreement struck between Iran and the six world powers, Pakistan should act decisively in finalising the construction of the...

Work Starts on Chinese Section of Sino-Russia Gas Pipeline

Construction work on the Chinese section of the China-Russia eastern route natural gas pipeline has commenced, Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli announced Monday. The 3,968-kilometer pipeline which is scheduled to be operational in 2018, will carry 38 billion cubic meters of Russian gas to China every year.

China’s “One Belt – One Road” Mega-Project Will Boost Eurasian Natural Gas Opportunities

The efforts of China to ensure its economic development and preeminence include the creation of the “New Silk Road” - the enormous system of infrastructure mega-projects to stretch from the Pacific to the Atlantic. If completed, it will be the largest infrastructure undertaking ever built.

TAPI Countries to Meet in Dubai Next Month

Representatives from TAPI countries will meet in Dubai next month to discuss pending issues so that work on the pipeline could begin by year-end, reported Pakistani newspaper Business Recorder Saturday. Sources have told the newspaper that Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) countries...

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