OGDCL And District Administration Pirkoh Jointly Initiates Csr Emergency Response Against Cholera Outbreak In The Area.

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Cholera outbreaks in Pirkoh due to shortage and use of contaminated water in the area. Local administration of Pirkoh declared emergency in the area on 12th May 2022 and requested OGDCL for assistance against Cholera. OGDCL and District Administration jointly announced and launched CSR Emergency response package for the people of Pirkoh area, which is the operational district of OGDCL.…

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Fuel Shortage, Technical Faults

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National Power Control Centre (NPCC) – the System Operator (SO) and an arm of National Transmission and Despatch Company (NTDC) – has confirmed officially that about 5,000 MW power is out from the system due to fuel shortage and technical faults, which implies 10-hour loadshedding across the country. However, the government has unleashed 10-15 hours in rural and 6-8 hours…

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Gauss Auto to establish an EV plant in Karachi

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The ‘Gauss Auto Group,’ a Chinese corporation, has announced plans to build an electric vehicle (EV) plant in Pakistan’s special economic zone near Port Qasim in Karachi. The company would enter into a joint venture (JV) with AKD Group Holdings (Pvt) limited, and export their locally produced EVs from Pakistan to other countries. The plant would span roughly 1,000 acres.…

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SHC suspends NEPRA’s winter package decision on KE appeal

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Sindh High Court on Thursday suspended the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) decisions with regard to federal government’s winter incentive package for electricity consumers on incremental consumption of K-Electric. The interim order came on KE petition against Nepra decisions on incremental consumers of KE and the power utility’s subsequent appeal. Nepra in its January 11 decision allowed KE to…

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Better to take tough decisions on energy, fuel prices now: Khurram Dastgir

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Apparently setting the stage for reversing fuel and electricity discounts amid negotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the coalition government’s energy ministers on Thursday said the tough decisions now would be better than even tougher choices six months later. “Reduction in the international prices (of oil, gas and coal) is not expected over the short to medium term period,…

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