Dr Hafiz Pasha blames the PML-N govt for depriving people of the benefit of falling international commodity prices
The power sector receivables at Rs591 billion are reported to be ‘grossly overstated’ in a report.
Water and Power Secretary Younus Dagha suspended officials during a surprise visit to various areas of the Hesco.
MDs of Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad SEs tell committee that they had not been consulted over the law in 10 years.
The govt has decided to introduce drastic changes in the roles, powers and status of Ogra, Nepra, Pemra and PTA.
The committee also approved 70 per cent increase in cost of land for Diamer-Bhasha dam.
The government took some policy decisions last month to facilitate the commercial viability of imported LNG.
“We have no live furnace oil stocks right now,” says an official of the PSO.
ISLAMABAD: The government announced on Friday that general sales tax (GST) on petroleum products was being revised ...
The govt and its major entities failed to conclude a tripartite agreement for LNG import despite weeklong consulations.
Ogra recommended up to 15 per cent increase in petroleum products prices and 7.3pc cut in high speed diesel for March.
Chinese Development Bank offers to be part of the IBRD funding facility at cheaper rates
Islamabad believes the case is frivolous and has decided to vigorously contest it.
KP also asked centre to clear its development projects and accept its constitutional right over oil and gas reserves.
Govt decides to take action against 11 ‘defaulting’ oil and gas companies for indefinitely delaying work commitments.
Investors urged Nepra to review maintenance costs, encourage small power plants and ensure guaranteed fuel supply.
The owners of CNG stations have made financial arrangements for importing LNG and asked the govt to facilitate its sale.
‘You cannot justify a full-throttle running of power plants when the input cost stood at Rs75,000 per tonne ...
At the heart of the problem is the inability of the ministries to finalise agreements with IPPs.
The government assured a Senate panel that energy projects of the flagship programme were not changed, but prioritised.