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Monday, February 27, 2017

News - Iran-Pakistan Gas Pipeline

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Pakistan, Iran Discussing Gas Deal Amendments

Pakistan is currently negotiating amendments in the gas deal it has with Iran, according to Daily Times, a local newspaper. "A draft amendment has been shared with Iran, and it has agreed to negotiate the same along with some other amendments in the Gas Sale Purchase Agreement (GSPA),” an official...

Report Says Pakistani Officials Embezzled TAPI, IP Gas Pipeline Funds

A report submitted to Pakistani oil minister says officials of a subsidiary of petroleum ministry have spent millions of rupees on foreign tours from the funds allocated for TAPI and Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipelines, according to Daily Times, a local newspaper. The report recommends criminal proceedings...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Fresh Round of Talks on Iran-Pakistan Pipeline in May

Iran and Pakistan will hold fresh round of talks on the much delayed gas pipeline project next month in Tehran. "Islamabad seeks to accomplish the peace pipeline as soon as possible and is making its utmost efforts to this end," Pakistani oil minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said, reported Iran’s...

Positive Noises Over Iran-Pakistan Pipeline During Rouhani Pakistan Visit

Stakeholders from both sides have made positive noises about the much delayed Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline during President Hassan Rouhani’s Pakistan visit. Rouhani said that completion and launching of the pipeline to carry Iran's gas to Pakistan will be in the interests of both nations. He...

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