According to information obtained on Tuesday, the coalition administration is once more contemplating commencing construction on the Iran-Pakistan (IP) Gas Pipeline Project while adhering to international norms and guidelines in order to reduce the nation’s energy deficit.
Due to a lack of liquefied natural gas (LNG) on the market, reports claim that the government is evaluating the whole procedure for restarting construction on the IP Gas Pipeline Project.
The source said that in order to address the nation’s energy needs on a sustainable basis while abiding by domestic rules, the administration is honestly evaluating various ways to resume construction on the IP Gas Pipeline Project.
The current administration also thinks that, in light of the current situation, the IP Gas Pipeline Project is a viable alternative to using expensive LNG to fulfill the nation’s expanding energy demands.
Profit was also informed by sources that the new Secretary of Petroleum Muhammad Mahmood has summoned a crucial meeting to discuss and thoroughly analyze the possibilities that could be appropriate to resume the IP Gas Pipeline Project.
On September 15, 2022, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif met with Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi in Samarkand while attending the 22nd annual meeting of the Council of Heads of State (CHS) of the SCO.
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