KARACHI: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi says the government is committed to resolve the issue of energy shortage and has successfully reduced the gap between demand and supply both in the electricity and natural gas.
Addressing the inaugural ceremony of the second Liquefied Natural Gas terminal at the Port Qasim, the Prime Minister said work was going on several power projects to overcome the challenge in shortest possible time.
The terminal has been completed in a short time at a cost of fifty billion rupees.
He said there was a huge potential for investment in the LNG sector as the country has a huge market for natural gas.
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said the LNG was the cheapest fuel available in the country and would adequately meet the requirements of the commercial, industrial, domestic and the CNG sectors.—Radio Pakistan