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PublishDate: Monday, February 11, 201319:27

Pak-Iran hold talks on gas pipeline

The project that will be completed by December 2014 will first bring 750 million cubic feet gas per day in the 781 kilometres long pipeline with diameter of 43 inches and later on the gas flow will increase up to 1 billion cubic feet per day.

Talks on Pakistan-Iran gas pipeline project continued on Monday in the federal capital. 

The Iranian delegation is headed by deputy chief of Tadbir company and Pakistan’s side is led by secretary Ministry of Petroleum and Natural resources that also includes managing director of Inter State Gas Systems (ISGS)and senior officials of finance and law ministries.
 
The project that will be completed by December 2014 will first bring 750 million cubic feet gas per day in the 781 kilometres long pipeline with diameter of 43 inches and later on the gas flow will increase up to 1 billion cubic feet per day.

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