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Pakistan presses ahead with LNG

Oil minister outlines plans to become top-six producer within three years

TOKYO -- As the country strives for economic growth, securing oil and gas supplies is crucial for energy-hungry Pakistan. With gas making up more than half the country's primary energy source, Islamabad has committed to dozens of liquefied natural gas terminal and pipeline projects in a bid to deliver more gas to households, power plants and industries.

In a recent interview with the Nikkei Asian Review, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, the country's Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources, spoke about the latest project developments and the supply-demand balance.

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