img
energyupdate.com.pk img energyupdate.com.pk im energyupdate.com.pk img energyupdate.com.pkimg energyupdate.com.pk img energyupdate.com.pk img energyupdate.com.pk img energyupdate.com.pk img energyupdate.com.pk
img
global Welcome to Energy Update

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.

img
img
 
Brazil Offers Renewable Energy Expertise
LAHORE: Brazil meets more than 42 per cent of its energy needs through renewable sources and is ready to share knowledge with Pakistan, said Brazil Ambassador Claudio Lins on Monday.
img
img
 
Three Provinces Challenge Gas Distribution Formula, Allege it Favors Punjab
ISLAMABAD: Sindh, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Monday opposed a proposed change in natural gas distribution formula that could benefit household consumers in Punjab and affect industrial and commercial consumers in other provinces.
img
img
 
Green Karachi Campaign Launched SEPA Says it Has Made Plantation of Trees Compulsory for New Housing Schemes in The City
Karachi: The Sindh Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) has made it binding upon builders of new housing societies in the city to plant tree saplings along with construction of housing facilities to get mandatory approval for environmental mitigation plans for upcoming residential estates.
img
img
 
Pakistan Needs to Improve Energy, Security to Boost Growth: ADB
ISLAMABAD: The Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Monday said that further improvements in energy supply, higher infrastructure investments, and an improved security environment will help push up Pakistan’s economic growth over the next two years.
 
img
 
img
 
img
 
img
 
img
 
img
 
images
 
energyupdate.com.pk
 
  a Articles
 
  a Technical Papers
 
  a Vacancies
 
  a Advertisements Section
 
  a Expression of Interest
 
   
QUICK LINKS:
> Home
                   
> The Magazine

> Data Sheet

> Our Team

> News Letter

> Media Centre

> Registration Form

> Subscription Form

> Important Links

> Download

> Contact

> Career Opportunities

> Announcement

> Events Highlights

> CSR roundup




 
 
           a  Facebook
 
 
   
Design & Maintained by Net Eyes All copyright reservied@ 2013 to 2014