Pakistan is all set to initiate formal import of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 2015. The infrastructural development in the country to support the same has already started in full flow. The above was stated at the Lahore Chamber of commerce and Industry on Thursday.
The LCCI members implicated the role of LNG to cut down the gap between demand and supply of energy in the country. Members also cited the examples of fellow Asian countries such as China, India, Malaysia and Indonesia inducing the fact that development rate and energy demand fulfilment being achieved by the nations. Liberated trade policies would allow Pakistan to move further towards #EnergySecurity.