COUNTRY FOCUS: PAKISTAN SET FOR 30mn mt/yr LNG IMPORTS BY 2030 [LNG Condensed]
In the power sector, Pakistan has long relied on expensive fuel oil imports. These are expected to be replaced by a growing LNG-to-power chain providing cleaner and cheaper electricity. The government plans $8bn of investment in gas transmission lines and combined-cycle gas turbine power plant. The power sector accounted for 32% of gas demand in 2016/17, up from 30% the year before.
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