ISLAMABAD: The power tariff for all distribution companies, except K-Electric, is estimated to come down by about...
Government blamed for discriminating against 53 private sector projects.
The city will soon have the country’s largest airport
Interior minister says Islamabad cannot certify who among 3m Afghan refugees were involved in terrorist activities .
FTA with China ‘damaged’ industry, investments under SEZs could compound the problem: Pakistan Business Council
Matiari-Lahore line may be ready ahead of power projects, causing capacity payments
Business community calls on Abbasi to share CPEC plan, include them to ensure its implementation.
KP, AJ&K voiced similar concerns when federal govt decided to end upfront tariffs for renewable energy sources.
Pakistan has formally asked China to encourage its products — mainly the eatables — into its market.
Non-core assets of PIA to be separated from air transport business by April, says privatisation minister
Federal government has announced that it wouldn't guarantee purchase of electricity from small renewable energy sources.
The government has introduced a series of incentives for the export sector over the last year.
Under approved disbursement mechanism, govt should have released 40 per cent of allocated amount in first half of year.
Govt to consider the matter after finalisation of electricity plan and energy policy.
While the consumer is set to pay a remarkably higher price for the inability of the policy makers to reform the energy
2018 will be a year of stock taking and planning for the future of CPEC until 2030.
App will let consumers know real-time electricity billing and supply situation of any public-sector distribution company
Pakistan starts receiving 1200 mmcfd of imported LNG just as the prospect of severe shortages loomed over the country.
The private sector would be playing a greater role, hence the need for financial mechanisms.
CM Khattak deplores centre’s ‘unilateral’ decision-making; seeks provincial representation on all energy-related forums.