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Energy Update, a magazine launched in May 2006 to cater to the burgeoning energy sector of Pakistan. This is the only trade magazine on Energy in our country, and our aim is to become a 'voice of the energy industry.

When Energy Update started out on its journey to become a publication dedicated to the energy sector in Pakistan, it set before itself the high aim of becoming the voice of the energy industry.The magazine focusing on the developments in the global energy sector, with particular interest to Pakistan, and will also be covering developments in the alternate energy, especially CNG/ NGV, of which Pakistan is the largest consumer in the world.

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NEPRA Reduces Rs. 1.74 Per Unit Upon K-Electric’s Request
Karachi, May 22, 2015: NEPRA has approved K-Electric’s request to reduce power tariff by Rs. 1.74 per unit under the monthly fuel surcharge adjustment for the month of February, 2015. 
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Power Sector Subsidy Reduced by Rs250bn
ISLAMABAD: The government made on Thursday a financial adjustment of more than Rs250 billion by deciding to reduce power sector subsidies and gain additional revenue on account of lower oil price to ensure $506 million disbursement from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) before June 30.
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Tapi Gas Project to Be Put on Fast Track
ASHKABAD: Pakistan and Turkmenistan have resolved to make earnest efforts for early implementation of the Tapi (Turkmenis¬tan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India) gas pipeline plan, terming it a game changer and a win-win situation for all stakeholders.
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FPCCI President Demands Business & People Friendly Budget
The President of the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FPCCI) Mian Muhammad Adrees has urged the Ministry of Finance to present the forthcoming federal budget as business friendly.
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Economic and Social Survey of Asia The Pacific 2015
The economy expanded by 4.1% in 2014, a slight pickup from the average growth rate of 3.7% in the preceding three years. Declining inflation, relatively better growth in private sector credit and robust workers’ remittances helped propel consumer spending.
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Pakistan Needs More Midwives to Provide Reproductive
Islamabad, 14 May 2015: The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in collaboration with the Government of Pakistan is holding a National Dissemination of Midwifery Workforce Plan on 15 May 2015 in Islamabad, Pakistan.
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Pakistan’s Economy is Growing Despite Macroeconomic Imbalances
Bangkok / Islamabad, 14 May 2015: “Economic growth of Pakistan is expected to improve in the coming years, partly due to Government’s major efforts to address electricity shortages and other infrastructural bottlenecks.
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International Day of Families
The theme of this year’s International Day of Families – “Men in Charge?” – highlights the importance of gender equality and children’s rights in contemporary families.
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Under Embargo Until-12 Hrs Thursday14 May2015
The year 2015 marks a watershed in global policymaking. Building on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the world is set to adopt sustainable development goals in 2015. Subsuming unattended MDGs, the success of the sustainable development goals will depend on how effectively the Asia-Pacific region makes economic growth more inclusive.
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Standard Chartered Receives Islamic Finance News “Deal of the Year Award” for Pakistan
Karachi - Islamic Finance News recognised Standard Chartered Saadiq for the Best Deal of the Year Award for successfully closing the US dollar dominated Government of Pakistan (“GOP”) International Sukuk.
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New Chair of WWEA Small Wind: Morten V. Petersen
Bonn, 11 May 2015 (WWEA) – Mr Morten V. Petersen, Chair of the Danish Small Wind Association, has been appointed as new Chair of the WWEA Small Wind section. Mr Petersen has been involved in renewables and in particular in small wind since many years and has also broad international experience, living and working in Europe and Asia.
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Chinese Cooperation To Boost Economy, Capability of Navy
The Pakistan Ex-servicemen Association (PESA) on Sunday welcomed the visit of Chinese President and his commitment to invest over 46 billion dollars which will lift economy, vastly improve capabilities Navy and strengthen Pakistan's geo-strategic importance in the region.
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PM Inaugurates 100MW Solar Power Plan
BAHAWALPUR: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif inaugurated the first unit of the Quaid-i-Azam Solar Power Park (QASP) here on Tuesday and said that the electricity crisis would be ended by 2017-18.
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Shell Challenges Exxon Dominance With $70bn Bid for BG
ISLAMABAD: The country can overcome energy crisis in the short run but the task can only be accomplished by the private sector, the president of Engro Group, Ali Ansari, said here on Wednesday.
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Private Sector Can Help Overcome Energy Crisis
ISLAMABAD: The country can overcome energy crisis in the short run but the task can only be accomplished by the private sector, the president of Engro Group, Ali Ansari, said here on Wednesday.
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Power Woes: CDWP Gives Green Light to CASA Power Project
Pakistan on Wednesday cleared funds for a Rs31.9-billion transmission line project aimed at receiving 1,000MW electricity from Tajikistan under a Central Asia-South Asia (Casa) power project..
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Oil, Gas Companies Ordered to Treat Natural Gas as LNG
KARACHI: The Oil and Gas Development Company Ltd (OGDCL) recorded an after-tax profit of Rs20.2 billion during Jan-March, a quarter-on-quarter rise of 3.4 per cent from Rs19.5bn (eps Rs4.54).
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OGDCL Earns Rs. 20.2bn in Jan - March
KARACHI: The Oil and Gas Development Company Ltd (OGDCL) recorded an after-tax profit of Rs20.2 billion during Jan-March, a quarter-on-quarter rise of 3.4 per cent from Rs19.5bn (eps Rs4.54). the heavy oil import bill, leading to narrowing the trade deficit.
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LPG Smuggling Hits Producers
LAHORE: Promotion of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) will not only reduce country’s dependence on conventional fuels, but also bring down the heavy oil import bill, leading to narrowing the trade deficit.
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LNG-Based Power Plants: PM Dismisses Proposal For Direct Award of Contracts
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his cabinet members have turned down the proposal that calls for direct award of planned 3,600-megawatt liquefied natural gas (LNG)-based power projects to some selected investors, instead of going for competitive bidding, in order to fend off criticism.
 
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