Energy projects could take a back seat in Pakistan if opposition parties win the country’s general election next Wednesday.
The ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) gained power in 2013, and reducing the country’s gas shortages has been one of its major aims. It oversaw Pakistan’s first LNG imports in 2015 and the completion of a second terminal late last year.
PML-N has also built three gas-fired power plants – at huge expense and to a strict schedule – to fulfil a pledge to end blackouts during the...
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