KP?producing 400CF gas per day but still facing load shedding:?CM All Pakistan CNG Association interested to invest in energy sector

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All Pakistan CNG Association interested to invest in energy sector
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PESHAWAR:?Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has said that there is abundance of natural gas reserves in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa which could be utilized to overcome the energy crisis in the country and to put…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/pakistan-news/kpproducing-400cf-gas-per-day-but-still-facing-load-sheddingcm-all-pakistan-cng-association-interested-to-invest-in-energy-sector/ All Pakistan CNG Association, invest in energy sector

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Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, flays proposed raise in POL, Gas electricity prices

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LAHORE (Online): Ameer, Jamaat e Islami, Pakistan, Syed Munawar Hasan, has strongly reacted to the proposed raise in the POL, gas and electricity prices terming it drone attack on the masses on the auspicious occasion of Eid.
In a statement, he said that mini budgets by the government every…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/oil-gas-energy/ameer-jamaat-e-islami-pakistan-flays-proposed-raise-in-pol-gas-electricity-prices/ gas and electricity prices, POL and energy prices

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Investment in KP vast natural gas reserves sought Chief Minister Pervez Khattak

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PESHAWAR,   Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak has said the province has vast natural gas reserves which can be exploited to overcome the energy crisis in the country.
He said presently the province was producing about 400 million cubic feet gas per day but even then there was gas…http://alternativeenergy.com.pk/national-news/investment-in-kp-vast-natural-gas-reserves-sought-chief-minister-pervez-khattak/ energy crisis Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, natural gas reserves

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Ground-breaking oil bill gets backing from Brazil Congress

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A landmark oil bill that designates all royalties from newly discovered oil fields to education and healthcare has been approved by Brazil’s Congress. The bill was passed by the Brazilian lower house on Wednesday; it had already been approved by the Senate. Once signed by the president, the bill will come into effect next year.

The move to channel oil money to public services is one of several reform proposed by Dilma Rousseff, Brazil’s president, as a response to the widespread protests and riots June. The demonstrations, which were held across Brazil, were sparked by a rise in transport costs, though they quickly encompassed other issues, including the cost of staging the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and corruption in the higher echelons of Brazilian politics and industry. The protests often ended in fighting between police and protestors.

According to the BBC, the unrest prompted President Rousseff to present…

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NT government removing obstacles for the gas mining companies

FRED LEFTWICH - ABORIGINAL ADVOCATE, CANBERRA AUSTRALIA

https://mail.google.com/mail/ca/u/0/#inbox/1403904c7e633faf

Another example of the northern territory government making way for further gas mining on aboriginal land. Two land management committees are being combined into one committee which I would think increase their workload. It’s an old trip that governments play, send committee members out to manage one catchment area while the government sells off the other catchment area to a gas mining company. When the general community complains the government will say they had the support of the catchment committee, whose members would have probably resigned by then.

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First mining company fined for damaging aboriginal scared site

FRED LEFTWICH - ABORIGINAL ADVOCATE, CANBERRA AUSTRALIA

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-08-02/miner-found-guilty-of-desecrating-sacred-site/4861148/?site=indigenous&topic=latest

A mining company in the northern territory has been fined by a court for damaging an aboriginal scared site. This is the very first time a mining company has been fined. It sets a fantastic precedent to help aboriginal communities throughout Australia protect their psychical cultural property against the wave of gas mining that will flood Australian for probably the next 100 years. The gas industry has come out and said that there is enough gas in the ground to power a city of 1 million people for 16,000 years. Aboriginal communities are suffering the brunt of this wave of mining as well as the pastoral community throughout Queensland. Hopefully, the courts might help aboriginal communities to stop that assault on their traditions not only from miners but also from reckless governments.

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