Sunday, December 23, 2012

Pakistan to Complete IP Gas Pipeline

Pakistan will continue with a joint project with Iran on the construction of a gas pipeline between the two countries, Asim Hussain, an advisor to Pakistani prime minister, said on Sunday. Iran-Pakistan (IP) pipeline, projected to cost about $1.5 billion, would carry 21.5 million cubic meters of Iran’s natural gas to Pakistan on a daily basis. Iran has already built more than 900 kilometers of the pipeline on its soil.

File photo: IP gas pipeline under construction on the Iranian side. (Press TV)


Anonymous said...

Excellent news! The Pakistanis took the right direction and made the correct choice! This decision on their part makes clear their real sentiments which tell us that neighbourly relations is cherished high above faux synthetic ties with a despotic US with its domineering policies.

Anonymous said...

pakistan zendebad

Anonymous said...

Great,that means that the mullahs can give gas to Pakistan and India and receive rice and vegetables (if they're lucky) in return,as well as making an excellent target for Salafi and Wahhabi terrorists.