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Gas exploration in Balochistan eyed

thumbnail imageBalochistan’s security situation has been forcing the state-run Oil and Gas Development Company (OGDCL) to stay away from the Kohlu-Bugti area despite having a licence,” an official said. “It has the potential to solve most of Pakistan’s energy problems but would require six to nine years to bear fruit provided ground work starts now,” an official said.

China set to take over reins of strategic Gwadar port in Pakistan

thumbnail imageChina appears all set to take over the reins of Pakistan's strategic Gwadar port in Balochistan with the Singapore Port Authority (SPA) and its partners intending to pull out of a 40-year management and development contract.

Pakistan military operations reported in Dera Bugti

thumbnail imageReports from Balochistan indicate that another Pakistan military operation is underway in Dera Bugti district (Sui and Asreli Chauki).

Coastal calling: Gwadar holds many promises but no water

thumbnail imageKalmati [provincial minister for fisheries] recently arranged a special prayer for rains in Gwadar too. When Gwadar’s citizens are asked, they seem to have more faith in the heavens opening up the gates because as of now, a well thought out public policy plan to address water shortage seems far off.

British High Commissioner applies pressure: Pakistan should think about Reko Diq carefully: Thomson

thumbnail imageISLAMABAD: British High Commissioner to Pakistan Adam Thomson has said that the verdict in international arbitration on the Reko Diq saga may have chilling affects on foreign investors.

Ashgabat, Islamabad, New Dehli To Sign Trans-Afghan Pipeline Deal

thumbnail imageTurkmen, Indian, and Pakistani officials are expected to sign a long-awaited agreement to supply Turkmen natural gas to Pakistan and India through an ambitious U.S.-backed trans-Afghan pipeline known as TAPI.

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