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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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Public Hearing of SEPA on Coal Transhipment Project at Port
Karachi, Sept 22: The Sindh Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) has asked the Port Qasim Authority (PQA) in Karachi to immediately stop the current system of handling of the imported coal at a number of locations at the port in a highly unregulated and scattered manner terming such a practice an illegal activity causing serious damage to environment.
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CSR Club Launched Pakistan Soon To Get Its First “Fee-Free” University
Karachi, Sept 24: Pakistan would soon get its first “Fee-free” university to be established by the same non-governmental organization, which has been credited with running largest interest-free micro-financing programme in the country.
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WWEA Symposium: Wind Power in Japan
The Japanese wind market has seen stable growth during the past years. After the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster in 2011, a public debate has started on how to change the energy landscape and introduce renewable energy and in particular wind power on a larger scale.
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13th Annual Environment Excellence Awards and Conference.
Karachi, Aug 31: The Sindh Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) has decided as a policy that local government’s agencies in the province including KMC, DMCs, and KWSB will be subjected to prosecution in environmental
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Power Sector Dues Jump By Rs250bn In Three Years
ISLAMABAD: Despite the government’s claims of reining in the energy crisis and ensuring the recovery of outstanding dues from the public and private sectors, a staggering amount of Rs253.69 billion has been added to the power sector’s outstanding dues between June 2013 and June 2016..
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