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2008-09-28 09:00:22

Text of report by reformist Iranian daily E'temad-e Melli Text of unattributed report by Economic desk headlined "Creation of the Peace Gas Pipeline Company by Tehran and Islamabad: Pakistan becomes the sole client of Iran's gas" published by Iranian newspaper E'temad-e Melli on 24 September Despite the absence of India, negotiations about the construction of the peace gas pipe project are still the focus of discussions between Iran and Pakistan. Accordingly, the presidents of the two...

2008-09-25 03:00:26

By Ahsan, Muhammad Farooque LNG will likely play a large role in supplying Pakistan's emerging gas market despite current pipeline plans. Pakistan's government is implementing an LNG investment policy friendly to private-sector participation and has established rules and regulations covering LNG terminal construction, and operation. Among the country's three options for importing gas through pipelines, meanwhile, each poses serious concerns as to implementation. LNG This article studies...

2008-08-19 06:00:53

Text of report by staff reporter headlined "Balochistan to be consulted over IPI gasline" published by Pakistani newspaper Daily Times website on 19 August Islamabad: The federal government on Monday [18 August] assured the Baluchistan government that it would be consulted on the 7.6bn dollars Iran Pakistan India (IPI) gas pipeline project. Baluchistan Chief Minister Nawab Aslam Raisani chaired a meeting at the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources, which was attended by Balochistan...

2008-07-15 12:00:53

Text of unattributed report headlined: "Ex-deputy of the oil minister on Peace pipeline contract: Warning against selling gas cheap" published by Iranian newspaper Mardom Salari on 5 July The insistence of Iranian officials in convincing India and Pakistan to sign the contract of the gas pipeline despite the opposition of the Western countries has imposed considerable cost on our country. The ex-deputy of the oil minister estimated this cost to be between 3.2 to 7 m dollars per each...

2008-07-02 06:00:55

Text of report by Sujay Mehdudia headlined "Deora urges OPEC chief to hike oil output" published by Indian newspaper The Hindu website on 2 July New Delhi: Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister, Murli Deora on Tuesday [1 July] met the Oil Producing and Exporting Countries [OPEC] president and Algerian Energy and Mines Minister, Chakib Khali and urged him to increase crude oil production to cool down the sharp rise in its prices in the international markets. Mr Deora also had bilateral...

2008-06-26 00:02:37

NEW DELHI: Forward movement on the proposed Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline project has failed to enhance the UPA government's comfort level with the Left parties even though they have welcomed it. "It is a positive step in the right direction. We appreciate the talks India had with Iran on Sunday. The government should now go ahead and sign the IPI deal," CPM politburo member M K Pandhe told TOI. But he also made it clear that progress on the pipeline project would not in any way affect...

2008-06-16 12:00:56

Text of report headlined "45-Day Deadline on Gas Pipeline Ends" published by Indian newspaper The Hindu website on 16 June; sub- heading as published New Delhi: With India, Pakistan and Iran failing to resolve their differences, the 45-day deadline to sort out the "safety and security issues" concerning the $ 7.4-billion gas pipeline project has expired. During his one-day visit to India on April 29, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad set the deadline to sort out all issues pertaining...

2006-03-07 11:51:05

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House said on Tuesday it still opposes a proposed natural gas pipeline linking energy-rich Iran with India, clarifying remarks by President George W. Bush that seemed to soften U.S. opposition to the project. Bush had seemed to suggest a shift in policy when he said during a visit to Pakistan on Friday that "our beef with Iran is not the pipeline, our beef with Iran is the fact that they want to develop a nuclear weapon." India and Iran have been...

2005-12-26 05:03:49

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India and Iran will hold bilateral talks this week in New Delhi to discuss the progress of a proposed $7 billion Iran-Pakistan-India pipeline and a separate liquefied natural gas deal between the two nations. Iran's deputy oil minister, Mohammad Hadi Nejad-Hosseinian, is scheduled to participate in these discussions on December 28 and 29, after arriving in India on Tuesday evening. "The biggest challenge before us today is to find a way as to how do we structure...


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