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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

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Pakistan to Focus on Increasing Domestic Gas Output to Avoid Overreliance on Imported LNG

Pakistan will focus on increasing domestic gas production to avoid overreliance on imported LNG, country’s oil minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said on Monday while speaking at an event in Islamabad. Country’s gas production is hovering around 4 bcfd, while total demand has reached 8 bcfd and...

Turkmenistan in Talks with IDB, Saudi, Japan for TAPI Financing

Ashgabat is seeking to rope in Islamic Development Bank, the Saudi Fund for Development and Japan's government as partners in the Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India (TAPI) gas pipeline project, news agency Reuters reported Saturday. According to Muhammetmyrat...

China Gives Environmental Go Ahead to Russia-China Gas Pipeline

China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection has approved the Chinese section of the Russia-China eastern route natural gas pipeline. Environmental impact assessment reports were submitted to the relevant state departments for approval in April. The ministry has approved construction of the 737-kilometre...

China Offers to Fully Finance Pakistan LNG Terminal, Pipeline Projects

China has offered to fully finance the Gwadar LNG terminal and pipeline project in Pakistan. According to the agreement signed between the two countries, 85 percent financing was supposed to from China and 15 percent from government of Pakistan. The agreement was initialised on Thursday by Pakistan’s...

Pakistan to Seek Chinese Funding for Iran Gas Pipeline

Pakistan will approach and request China to fund the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline, according to an oil ministry official. The project needed to be approved by the Central Development Working Party (CDWP) and Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC), Pakistani newspaper Daily Times...

Turkmengaz, Islamic Development Bank Sign TAPI Related Protocol

State owned Turkmengaz and the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) on Tuesday signed a protocol on the outcomes of the evaluation commission on the TAPI gas pipeline project, according to the official Turkmen newspaper Neutral Turkmenistan. The protocol was signed during President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov’s...

Asian Development Bank Hopes TAPI Will be Operational in Five Years

Asian Development Bank (ADB) is confident that TAPI gas pipeline project will be operation in another five years, despite security concerns. Speaking on the sidelines of 49th annual meeting of ADB in Frankfurt, Bank’s Director General for Central and West Asia Department Sean M. O’ Sullivan...

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