Consumption of Petroleum Products decreasedby 0.4% per annum.And Consumption of other resources increasedby Gas 7.8%Electricity 5.1%Coal 8.8%
In 1st 9 month the consumption of oilincreased by 19.2 and of coal is 24.6 Growth of all components of energy during2006-07 is 8.8% Real GDP rate is 7.0%
a) Petroleum Productsb) Consumption of Gasc) Electricity Consumption
The change in consumption of PetroleumProducts byHousehold -20.2%Industry -2.5%Agriculture +11.7%Transportation -4.2%Power +89.9%Other Govt. Sector -2.7%
Change in consumption of GasHousehold +4.7Commercial +27.3Cement -10.0Fertilizer -2.7Power -16.9Industry +29.4Transportation +49.4
Changes in consumption of ElectricityHouse hold 6.3Commercial 11.8Industrial 5.4Agriculture 1.7Street Light 8.8Other Govt. 3.3Changes are compared with 2005-06 and2006-07
Energy supplies in 2004-05 55.5% (MTOE). Energy supplies increased by 4.3% by 57.9(MTOE) (2005-06).
a) Crude Oilb) Natural Gasc) Drilling Activitiesd) Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)e) Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)f) Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)
Recoverable balance reserve on Jan 1st 2007was 317.82 million barrels. In 2005-06 production was 65,385 barrelsper day. Average production 66,485 barrels per day(2006-07) The change is 1.68%
Recoverable balance reserve on Jan 1st was31.81 trillion cubic feet. The average production in2005-06 was3,825.51 (mmcfd) The average production of natural gas duringJuly-March 2006-07 was 3,876.38 millioncubic feet per day. Showing an increase of 1.33%.
During July-March 2005-06 that was 41. During July-March 2006-07 46 were drilled.19 in public sector and 27 in private sector. Increase is 12.2%.
Usage of LPG gas in 2000-01 was 540MT Usage of LPG gas in 2006-07 is 1650MT. Companies have planned to import 43000MTduring 2006-07.
1.00 million vehicles used CNG during 2005-06. 1.35 million vehicle using CNG during 2006-07. Increase in usage is 35% in vehicle. 29167 vehicle are being converted to CNGevery month. Investment made in 2005-06 was 20 billion.
Investment made in 2006-07 was 60 billion. Increase in investment is 200%. CNG also create 60000 new jobs.
LNG usage and its demand increased by 40 %over the World between 2002 to 2005. Pakistan has the world’s second largestpipeline network of the natural gas after theUnited States.
The operational performance of the threemajor oil and gas companies in the publicsector is:a) Oil and Gas Development Company Limited(OGDCL)b) Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL)c) Sui Southern Gas Company Limited (SSGC)
During July-March 2006-07, company’saverage oil and gas production remained at34,893 barrels per day and 834 mmcfd perday respectively. This reflects an increase of11 percent in oil and 7.1 percent in naturalgas as against the same period last year.
The LPG and sulphur production reached 310metric ton per day and 65 metric ton per dayshowing an increase of 7.6 percent in LPGproduction and 16.0 percent in sulphur asagainst same period last year.
The company has discovered four new gasand oil producing fields during July -March2006-07.a) Mela oil and gas mix field (NWFP), producing4,100 barrel per day of crude and 12 mmcfdof natural gas.b) Unar-1 producing 150 barrel per day of oiland 13.7 mmcfd of gas.c) Pasaki and Nim West-1 produced 1,800barrels of oil and 6.26 mmcfd of natural gasrespectively.
During July-March 2006-07, the companycarried out Rs. 1077 million on transmissionproject, Rs. 3,906 million on distributionprojects and Rs. 252 million on other projectsunder Khushal Pakistan programme. During next fiscal year company has plannedto invest Rs. 11,376 on transmission anddistribution projects.
SSCG limited carried out Rs. 4,433 million ontransmission project, Rs. 3,137 million ondistribution projects and Rs. 680 million onother projects under Khushal Pakistanprogramme with the collaboration of districtgovernments. During the next fiscal year the company plansto invest Rs. 10,384 million on transmissionand distribution projects.
a) Electricity Generationb) WAPDAc) Karachi Electric Supply Corporation Ltd(KESC)d) Nuclear Power Energye) Alternative Energyf) Private Power & Infrastructure Boardg) National Electric Power Regulatory Authority(NEPRA)
Capacity of electricity generation during July-March 2006-07, remaining at 19,440 MW.
WAPDA generated 63,020 Gwh during JulyMarch 2006-07. 6.9% increase in 2006-07 as compared to2005-06
Consumers by Economic Groups 6.24 Village Electrification 14.1
Electricity producing capacity of KESC is2,222 MW during July-March 2005-06. KESC’s generation has declined by 20.6percent at 1,756 MW. The gap of 466 MW between demand andsupply was bridged from different sources.
Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) isresponsible for implementation of nuclearpower programmed.
Generate capacity through alternate energyincluding Wind and Solar Technology 7% of total power generation meet by Windand Solar by 2030. 7874 villages in Sindh and Baluchistan usingalternate energy.
Power sector, improving system efficiencyrationalizing price and social subsidize. Indigenous resources like hydro, coal, gasand human resources. PPIV is currently processing 49 projectscapacity of 12000 MW & estimated cost isover $11 billion.
Responsible for granting licenses, tariffdetermination, prescribing performancestandards and addressing the complaints ofelectric power consumers. Execute projects
Sindh province has 175 billion ton of coalresources. Coal mine increased by 6.5% from 4.6% in2005-06 and 4.9 million . Demand increased for 2.5 to 3 million tons. Govt. signed agreement with CNCEC
2004 05 Changein Rs/ltrGasoline 33.78 40.39 6.61HOBC 37.67 44.69 6.92Kerosene 22.38 26.04 3.66HSD 22.78 26.21 3.43LDO 18.63 22.92 4.29Gasoline to PIA 15.96 21.68 5.72Gasoline to Cargo 19.68 24.71 5.03