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Energy Update, a magazine launched in May 2006 to cater to the burgeoning energy sector of Pakistan. This is the only trade magazine on Energy in our country, and our aim is to become a 'voice of the energy industry.

When Energy Update started out on its journey to become a publication dedicated to the energy sector in Pakistan, it set before itself the high aim of becoming the voice of the energy industry.The magazine focusing on the developments in the global energy sector, with particular interest to Pakistan, and will also be covering developments in the alternate energy, especially CNG/ NGV, of which Pakistan is the largest consumer in the world.

 
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Study of Locations For New LNG Terminals Ordered
ISLAMABAD: As competition among private investors increases, the government has ordered a scientific examination of all feasible locations for new liquefied natural gas (LNG)
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New Renewable Energy Policy To Help Reduce Carbon Footprints
IISLAMABAD: Pakistanís new renewable energy policy will help reduce carbon footprints drastically by increasing its share to 30% from the existing 4% by year 2030, said Federal Minister for Power Omar Ayub Khan.
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Pakistan to Likely Face Another 41% Hike in Gas Prices From July
ISLAMABAD: The size of the Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for the next fiscal year is likely to remain unchanged at this year’s level of Rs675 billion, said the top official of the Ministry of Planning (MoP) on Thursday, suggesting that no new mega projects would be initiated next year.
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No New Mega Projects In Next Year's PSDP
ISLAMABAD: The size of the Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for the next fiscal year is likely to remain unchanged at this yearís level of Rs675 billion, said the top official of the Ministry of Planning (MoP) on Thursday, suggesting that no new mega projects would be initiated next year.
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18 Foreigners Among 127 To Be Conferred Civil Awards On 23rd
ISLAMABAD: The federal government on Saturday issued the list of 127 persons, including 18 foreigners, who will be conferred civil awards by President Dr Arif Alvi for excellence in various fields of activities at an investiture ceremony to be held on the Pakistan Day on March 23.
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Principal Payable to SSGC is PKR 13.7 Billion
K-Electric, being a responsible corporate entity, pays its current bills to SSGC without any delay nor default. KE in the last 5 years has paid over PKR 207.5 Billion to SSGC. This includes all the current running bills and payments for arrears to the tune of PKR 10.75 Billion.
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Power Sector Entities Owe Rs132b to SNGPL, SSGC
Islamabad - The outstanding dues of Sui Northern Gas Pipeline Liminterd (SNGPL) and the Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) against power sector entities have surpassed Rs132 billion.
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Reducing Losses In The Energy Sector
The energy sector seems to be a double-edged weapon; if you donít have it, you suffer and if you have it and canít manage it properly, you may suffer more. This seems to have happened in Pakistan. The high cost of generation, and the transmission and distribution losses are taking a toll on Pakistanís economy. At 20 percent electricity sector losses and 13 percent gas sector losses,
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Mitsubishiís Subsidiary Plans To Set Up Lng Terminal
KARACHI: Tabeer Energy Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation, has planned to set up a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal at Port Qasim with an estimated cost of $400 million.ector. .
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Stop Gap Measures Are No Shield Against Gas Crisis
Pakistan has regressed from being self-sufficient in natural gas to becoming a gas importer faced with chronic shortages and rationing. This is a result of flawed policy making and lack of vision in the development of the energy sector infrastructure. Karachi, the economic hub of Pakistan, is bearing the brunt of the mismanagement in the energy sector. .
 
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