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Shaping concepts to secure nation’s energy future


We are striving to be a notable element of Pakistan energy’s future; a reliable and sustainable source of energy for Pakistan through imports and developing integrated national and transnational infrastructure. A reagent in solutions, originations and innovation in energy infrastructure progression.


ISGS is a private limited Company incorporated under the Companies Ordinance, 1984 (Now Companies Act, 2017) and a wholly owned subsidiary of Government Holding (Pvt) Ltd. The company has a Board of Directors comprising of nine (9) members ...


The Authorised share capital of the Company is Rs. 20 billion and the paid up capital stands at Rs. 5,294,912,310 subscribed by the existing shareholders ...

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Inter State Gas Systems

Inter State Gas Systems (Private) Limited (ISGS) was established in 1996 as a private limited company. ISGS has been incorporated under the Companies Ordinance, 1984 (Now Companies Act, 2017). It is mandated to oversee the import of trans national gas pipelines into the country and make improvements in Pakistan’s strategic Oil and Gas

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Pak-India relations not to affect TAPI gas project, says Turk envoy

Turkmenistan's ambassador to Pakistan has said that tensions between Pakistan and India will not affect Turkmenistan–Afghanistan–Pakistan–India Pipeline (TAPI) gas project, nor is there any threat to project from the Afghan Taliban.

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No Delay in TAPI gas pipeline, project advancing as per ‘timelines’

The Petroleum Division has said that the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline project was progressing as per the “timelines” agreed among the member countries and “there is no delay in the project.”

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Russian company to initiate feasibility study of undersea gas pipeline in 2020

Russian company Gazprom is set to initiate the feasibility study in the first quarter of 2020 for laying down undersea pipeline starting from Persian Gulf to Pakistan, India and Bangladesh initially that will ultimately end to China after touching Myanmar and Thailand, a senior official of the Petroleum Division privy to the development told The News.

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Strategic North-South Gas Pipeline

At last, Russia has provided Pakistan a sanction-free structure for strategic North-South Gas Pipeline at estimated cost of over $2 billion and the government is of the view that the construction work is most likely to start somewhere in June-July this year.

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