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Saturday, July 23, 2016

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Pakistan Looks to Renegotiate Iran Gas Deal

Pakistan is looking to renegotiate its gas deal with Iran under the IP pipeline project. According to The News, a local newspaper, oil ministry has sent a summary to Economic Coordination Committee (ECC), a principle federal institution and a consultative forum, seeking the approval of renewal of committee...

Gazprom Cuts Power of Siberia Spending for 2016

Gazprom has slashed expenditures for 2016 on the Power of Siberia pipeline to 170-180 bln rubles ($2.8 bn) from 200 bn rubles, TASS has reported. "As for the Power of Siberia last year I said that financing would stand at around 200 bn rubles in 2016 and 250 bln rubles in 2017. Now we see that in 2016...

Russia, China Continue Talks on Western Route Gas Pipeline

// Russia and China continued talks on Russian gas supplies via the western route. Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee, and Zhang Gaoli, Vice Premier of the State Council of China met in Beijing on Friday. Apart from the western route, the two parties discussed prospects...

Siemens Could Supply Compressors for TAPI Gas Pipeline

German firm Siemens is reportedly in the pole position to supply compressors for the TAPI gas pipeline project. // According to Pakistani newspaper Express Tribune, Turkmenistan is in discussion with the German company and the price offered is good. Earlier talks were on with few US companies...

Iran-Pakistan Gas Pipeline to be Complete by 2018

Pakistani oil minister last week said the Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline will be complete by 2018, reported Radio Pakistan. Shahid Khaqan Abbas told this to reporters after attending an event in Islamabad. The pipeline project has been stuck for years now because of sanctions on Iran. Pakistan has...

ADB May Extend Financial Support to TAPI

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) may offer financial support to the TAPI gas pipeline project if requested, a source in ADB’s external relations department has told Trend News Agency. "ADB continues to be in discussion regarding its role taking the [TAPI] project forward in all aspects," the source...

Turkmenistan Allocates $45 mn for TAPI Work

Government of Turkmenistan has allocated more than $45 million to finance the initial phase of construction of the TAPI gas pipeline at the Afghan-Pakistan segment. A decree was signed by President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov on June 3 during a cabinet meeting, the government said in a statement. Currently...

Different Price for Russia-China Eastern, Western Route Gas Pipelines

China is expected to pay different price for gas that would flow from Russia via eastern and western routes, CNPC board chairman told Rossiya 24 TV channel Thursday, TASS news agency reported. "It’s difficult to compare eastern and western routes. The eastern route project is closer to the sales...

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