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December 3, 2013

US pressure on Pak-Iran gas pipeline continues

 
December 3, 2013

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said that American pressure still persisted on the Pak-Iran gas pipeline project and steps were being taken on an emergency basis to import LNG to solve the power crisis.While talking to journalists, he said that initially steps were being taken to import 400 mmsfd gas which would be further enhanced. Importing gas through the pipeline is good but the reservations of US have continued on the import of gas from Iran. The US says that despite the accord with Iran, Pakistan should distance itself from this gas project.

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