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Pakistan Oil and Gas Report Q4 2013
Aug 7th 2013, 00:00

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BMI View: Gas shortages continue to loom in Pakistan as the country awaits the development of required import infrastructure. Large expectations are placed on the March 2013 agreement with Iran on the development of the IP pipeline by 2015 and we believe this could ease the risk of prolonged energy supply constraints in the long term. Domestic consumption continues to rise rapidly, boosted by the start-up of additional gas-fired power stations and continued use of condensate natural gas cars. As import volumes rise, LNG is set to become part of the energy mix. While we do not believe it would render Pakistan gas self-sufficient over the next 10 years, the recent start-up of shale gas exploration creates a large upside risk to our forecast, especially as the EIA now estimates the country could hold ...

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