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Electricity net metering – future of Pakistan

Electricity net metering – future of Pakistan

The increasing energy prices and poor planning in energy sector have put the public in real pressure. During the previous ruling regime, excessive power generation plants have been started that is almost 1.5 times of peak season demand and 2.5 times of off-peak demand of electricity. As these new plants …

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PARCO – Energy lifeline for the nation

PARCO – Energy lifeline for the nation

Joint Ventures (JVs) have historically seen both success and failures. However, it has become clear to many companies globally that alliances – both equity JVs and contractual alliances – can be ideal for managing risks in uncertain markets, sharing the cost of large-scale capital investments and injection of entrepreneurial spirits. …

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CPEC has much care for the masses

CPEC has much care for the masses

Growth of CPEC vital in terms of the solution of energy issues Interview with Malik Muhammad Illyas — a businessman from Badin PAGE: Tell me something about yourself, please: Malik Muhammad Illyas: I am owner of petroleum service and President Petroleum Dealers of district Badin. I am former President Press Club …

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Recipe of disaster

Recipe of disaster

Commonly referred to as the lifeblood of the modern economy, crude oil is a primary raw material for key economic activities and holds a cardinal status in supporting economic growth of any country. For an energy-intensive growing economy like Pakistan, oil is akin to the country’s sustained economic acceleration and …

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The perfect economic storm

The Perfect Economic Storm

The global economic structure has fallen headlong from the covid-19 pandemic into a challenging energy crisis. At the outset, the losses from the developing crisis are already higher than the super-recession that began in 2007. The oil prices per barrel is set to a hit an all-time high of 100 …

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How to ensure a just global transition from coal

How to ensure a just global transition from coal

A global transition away from coal is essential, but making sure to support the workers and communities in this sector is equally as important. Low-carbon economies could create over 200 million new net jobs in the next decade in 24 major emerging economies. But policies are needed so the benefits …

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