Gazprom mulls LNG options for Pakistan

22 Jan 2016   Pakistan, Russia

Russian energy company Gazprom said one of the more promising areas for cooperation with Pakistan was in the field of liquefied natural gas. Gazprom Chairman Alexei Miller hosted a delegation from the Pakistani Energy Ministry in Moscow to discuss the potential for future cooperation . “The parties considered promising areas of cooperation, particularly addressing the possibility of Russian LNG supplies to Pakistan,” the Russian company said in a statement. Islamabad has worked with its counterparts in China on the construction of an LNG terminal and associated pipeline infrastructure at the port city of Gwadar near the Iranian border . The facility, the country’s first, went into service in May 2015. Pakistan consumes most of the natural gas it produces and the country has faced chronic […]


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