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cheap electricity if government stops gas supply to Fertiliser plants units and CNG stations: 5,500MW power can be generated

The country could produce 5,500 megawatts of additional cheap electricity if government stops gas supply to fertiliser plants and CNG stations. Fertiliser sector is using an estimated 700 Million Cubic Feet per Day (MMCFD) of gas which can produce 3,500MW of power, and the CNG sector is… cheap electricity, CNG stations, fertiliser plants, Million Cubic Feet Per Day, MMCFD, ongoing energy crisis

Power sector sanctioned 75 MMCFD KP gas already discovered gas reservoirs in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP)

The government has dedicated 75 Million Cubic Feet daily (MMCFD) gas to power sector from already discovered gas reservoirs in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) by settling local issues and connecting it with main pipeline on emergency basis, it is learnt. According to reliable sources in the Petroleum… gas reservoirs, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP), KP gas, MMCFD, OGDCL, Oil and Gas Development Company Limited’s, power sector

OGDCL awards development contract for KPD-TAY project phase-II

OGDCL awarded contract for development of Kunar Pasakhi Deep (KPD) and Tando Allah Yar (TAY) Field Development Project Phase-II in a simple ceremony. The project consists of gas gathering system which will convert 250 mmwcfd of raw gas into 225 mmscfd of pipeline quality gas and is expected to…

Judicious usage of gas, furnace oil: power generation can be enhanced by up to 2,000 MW

The government can increase current power generation by up to 2,000 megawatts through judicious usage of natural gas and furnace oil, a senior Petroleum Ministry official said.
“About 1.9 million tons of furnace oil supplied to IPPs instead of Gencos in 2010-11 would have resulted in a net…

Official opposes grant of 200 more Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) station licences

The outgoing government’s decision to extend operational licences to 200 additional Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations would escalate gas shortages, an official claimed on Friday. On March 14, former prime minister Raja Pervez Ashraf had approved the issuance of marketing licences to…

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