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  • Case against shopkeeper over compressor blast in Lahore

    LAHORE: A case against the owner of the shop has been registered over air conditioner compressor blast that claimed life of a man and left seven others injured in Township on Saturday night...

    The case was registered by Township police under Section 285 (negligent conduct with respect to fire or combustible matter), Section 286 (negligent conduct with respect to explosive substance) and Section 322 (punishment for Qatl Bis-Sabab) of...

  • Oil, gas companies ordered to treat natural gas as LNG

    ISLAMABAD: In a surprise development, the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources on Wednesday ordered the oil and gas companies involved in liquefied natural gas (LNG) to treat domestic natural gas being supplied to PakArab Fertiliser Limited as regasified LNG...

    Informed sources in the petroleum ministry said the orders were issued to the Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL), Sui Southern Gas Company Limited (SSGC) and...

  • Qatar looks to increase natural gas production by 30pc

    Energy-rich Qatar said on Tuesday that it plans to increase natural gas production by 30 per cent over the next several years, as it faces pressure from its neighbours in a diplomatic crisis...

    Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi, the head of Qatar Petroleum, told a press conference that the emirate intends to raise production to 100 million tonnes of natural gas a year by 2024...

  • Natural gas losses

    Around 400m cubic feet of natural gas is going to waste every day, accounting for almost 14-15pc of total supplies to the country’s integrated transmission and distribution network...

    This much of gas is sufficient to run up to 2,400megawatt of power plants at an average fuel cost of just Rs5 per unit (kwh) compared to Rs12 or so of furnace oil-based generation, or Rs8 per unit on imported liquefied natural gas...

  • LNG back to being ‘natural gas’ as PM approves redesignation

    ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Friday corrected Pakistan’s dictionary on hydrocarbons that he had himself changed almost three years ago...

    Presiding over a meeting of the Economic Coordination Comm­ittee (ECC) of the Cabinet, the prime minister approved redesignating liquefied natural gas (LNG) as natural gas under the 2002 Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) Act that he had ‘defined’ as petroleum product under...

  • China’s tariffs on US Liquefied Natural Gas to have long-term impact

    SINGAPORE: China’s decision to hike import duties on US liquefied natural gas (LNG) is a move that means very little for the market in the short-term, but it has the potential to deliver outsised consequences the longer the levies remain in place...

    Much of the new LNG coming on stream this year and next is based in the US, as companies rush to take advantage of the plentiful and cheap supplies of natural gas delivered by the nation’s...

  • Photography exhibition showcases Pakistan’s natural beauty

    RAWALPINDI: A two-day photography exhibition showcasing Pakistan’s natural beauty began on Wednesday...

    Arranged by the Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) at a local hotel, Federal Education Minister Balighur Rehman was invited as the chief guest and PTDC officials and a number of people attended the event...

  • Pakistan full of hidden natural wonders, says PM

    ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Pakistan is a land of unimaginable beauty, hidden natural wonders and untapped tourism potential...

    He said this on Sunday in a Twitter message which came after a travel magazine, Wander­lust, listed nine destinations of Pakistan for adventurers in 2020, from the magical Himalayan valleys to lunar landscapes of bubbling mud volcanoes...

  • Besides natural beauty, Swat has spiritual attraction too

    MINGORA: Every year scores of tourists from different parts of the country throng picturesque Swat valley, especially in summer season, to enjoy its natural beauty and take refuge from scorching heat...

    However, Swat is not only famous for its natural beauty rather it has also many other attractions for the visiting people...

  • Senators question civil departments’ ability to cope with natural disasters

    ISLAMABAD: Criticising the government for its alleged failure to provide timely help and relief to earthquake-affected people, senators questioned on Tuesday capabilities of civilian departments to cope with natural disasters...

    Take a look: Massive Afghan quake shakes Pakistan, other parts of South Asia They called for revival of the National Volunteer Movement to deal with emergency situations...

  • Climate change imperils one in four natural heritage sites

    Climate change imperils one in four natural World Heritage sites, including coral reefs, glaciers, and wetlands ? nearly double the number from just three years ago, a report said on Monday...

    “Climate change now threatens the very fabric of our society, threatens our identity, an identity that is grounded in the rich and yet delicate patchwork of natural heritage,” she told journalists in Bonn...

  • Natural resources

    NATURAL resources are gifts and must be tapped for a nation’s progress...

    One good option is to tap all available natural resources consisting of oil, gas, coal, solar windmill, precious minerals, etc...

  • Experts for sufficient budget to mitigate risks of natural disasters

    PESHAWAR: Speakers at a seminar on Wednesday called for allocation of sufficient budgets to mitigate the risks of natural disasters to secure lives and properties of people...

    The seminar titled ‘dissemination of research study on public financing of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with stakeholders’ was organised by Action Aid Pakistan, an NGO, at the University of Peshawar here...

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