We have an unnecessary phobia about foreign loans.
There is potential for private parties to provide public services.
In opting for LNG are we making the right choice?
Are the CPEC projects loans or FDI?
What PML-N claims as achievements can be attributed to the collapse in oil prices.
Where potential buyers will take their money is anybody’s guess.
The government should promote small-scale solar power installations.
Establishing wrongdoing through a ‘forensic audit’ will not be an easy task.
Development must follow correct procedures.
Much of our energy potential is being squandered.
The Orange Line could be running to capacity in a couple of years.
Clearly, the government is out of ideas.
Net metering may look good on paper but there are obstacles.
Under our energy vision, solar and wind power will remain marginal.
We can expect more functional and accountable delivery of local services.
Assuming there is political will, can there be a plan to harness 3,000MW in, say, the next three years?
Whatever the plans for the IP pipeline, the issue is bad economics.
Can the Sindh government act on the transport plan?
The government ought to have worked out who the LNG was for.
The CPEC is a trunk passageway connecting the ‘Belt’ with the ‘Road’.