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Uninterrupted supply of gas

By: G. M. Bhatti

For a long time, Pakistan has been facing gas shortage every year in winter, due to which domestic consumers and industry are also facing difficulties. This year, even before the onset of winter, the public was warned that they could face a severe gas crisis. Echoes of the IMF’s five precautionary measures were also heard, one of which was the demand for an increase in energy tariffs. However, a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Energy chaired by Federal Minister for Planning Asad Umar on Thursday approved uninterrupted supply of gas to consumers during the winter, a gas management plan. The power generation will be accomplished through savings and a pressure management plan will be prepared to ensure a stable supply of gas to the consumers. The next meeting of the committee will consider the proposals regarding supply. There is no doubt that most of the countries of the world are striving for the acquisition and continuous supply of energy, agreements are being made with each other and alternative energy sources are also being worked on. The depletion of our gas reserves will make it more difficult to balance gas demand and supply. In that case, we would have to resort to immediate sources of energy from Iran or Central Asian countries as well as alternative sources of energy, otherwise our problem would only get worse. It is hoped that the government will succeed in its commitment to uninterrupted supply of gas and gas prices will not be increased.

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