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    • Presentation of Analysis PakistanPresentation of Analysis Pakistan EconomyEconomy Topic: EnergyTopic: Energy Presented to: Nighat SeemaPresented to: Nighat Seema Presented by: Nighat SeemaPresented by: Nighat Seema Dated: 15-07-2013Dated: 15-07-2013
    • OverviewOverview Introduction Energy generating Firms in Pakistan Sources of Energy in Pakistan
    • Energy play an important role in the economic development of a country. In Pakistan supply of energy is 46.8 million tons & per capita availability is 0.28 million tons per year while consumption per year is 48.3 million tons.  The major types of energy are 1-Heat energy 2-Solar energy 3-Chemical energy 4-Electrical energy
    • Household Industrial Agricultural Commercial Government 42.4% 26.5% 12.1% 7%6.2%
    • 1.WAPDA: It generates 11399 MW energy, in which 57% is hydel & 43% of thermal energy includes. 2.IPP: It only generates 6374 MW energy. 3.Nuclear Power Plants: There are two nuclear power plants in Pakistan which generate 462 MW energy.
    • Coal Petroleum Natural Gas Oil … Thermal Source Hydel Source Nuclear Source KANUPP CHASHMA Worsak Mangla
    • Gas Oil Electricity Coal LPG 43.7%10.4% 15.3% 1.5% 29.0%
    • Biogas Solar energy Wind energy Waterfall…
    • 1.The demand for power is rising due to fast growth of large & small scale Industries and increased supply of electricity in villages. 2.At present the power demand in Pakistan is growing at about 8.7% a year. 3.22600 MW electricity is required while available capacity is 20190 MW. 4.Increase in oil prices also create shortage.