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Gas infrastructure in pakistan

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    • Gas Infrastructure in Pakistan
      September 2011
    • Historical Perspective
      Gas was discovered in Pakistan in the mid-1950s
      MISL started working with SNGPL & SSGC in mid-1950s by becoming a rep of Dresser
      Now, Pakistan has the 2nd largest gas infrastructure in the world
      This sector attracts by far the highest level of foreign direct investments in the country
      Sui, the first gas field, has become the largest gas field for Pakistan
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    • Sector Overview
      Transmission Network: 9,843 km
      Distribution Network: 104,449 km
      Domestic Consumers: 6 million
      Commercial Consumers: 78,794
      Industrial Consumers: 10,519
      Production: 4,176 million cubic feet day
      E&P Companies: 26 (16 foreign)
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    • Major Oil & Gas Fields
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    • Gas Reserves
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    • Gas Production
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    • Sector-wise Gas Consumption
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    • Sector Organization
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      State-owned PPL and OGDCL produce around 30 percent and 25 percent, respectively, of the country’s natural gas.
      The two companies are the country’s largest natural gas producers.
      OMV is the largest foreign natural gas producer (17 percent of total country’s production) in Pakistan. Additional foreign operators include BP, Eni, and BHP Billiton.
    • Exploration & Production
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      Pakistan’s largest natural gas production occurs at the Sui field
      PPL operates Sui field, with production averaging 655 Mmcf/d. Additional producing fields include Mari (446 Mmcf/d), Sawan (366 Mmcf/d), and Bhit (316 Mmcf/d).
      In 2005, BHP Billiton signed a Gas Sales and Purchase Agreement (GSPA), in which the company will supply an additional 150 million cubic feet per day (Mmcf/d) of natural gas from its Zamzama field.
    • Exploration & Production
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      Petronas brought its Rehmat field online in March 2005. The field produces an estimated 30 Mmcf/d, which is sold to consumers in Pakistan’s southern Sindh province.
      In the past few years, the country discovered seven new natural gas fields. The Pakistani government expects the development of these new fields to add an additional 1 Bcf/d to Pakistan's natural gas production.
    • Future Outlook for Gas Availability
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      Natural gas production is expected to decline over the next 15-25 year period, while natural gas demand is expected to increase.
      There continues aggressive exploration for indigenous oil & gas.
      Gas Import options – Transnational Pipelines
      Iran Pakistan (IP)
      Turkmenistan Afghanistan Pakistan India (TAPI)