Shell may get the lucrative Pakistani LNG contract


Pakistan has given the green light for the construction of five liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals. Shell is one of the parties that can get started.

The LNG terminals must be ready in two to three years. Pakistan is still struggling with a chronic gas shortage. That must come to an end and the export of gas must triple. In the country, gas is primarily needed for industry, such as fertilizer makers.

In addition to Shell, ExxonMobil, Trafigura and various companies from the Middle East are also involved in the new terminals.

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