Qatar to Sign LNG-Supply Agreement With Pakistan, The News Says

Feb. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Qatar agreed to supply 3.5 million metric tons a year of liquefied natural gas to Pakistan, The News reported, citing Asim Hussain, special assistant to the Pakistani prime minister.

Qatar Liquefied Gas Co. wants a 15-year contract to supply LNG, while Pakistan seeks a 10-year contract, according to the Pakistani newspaper.

A spokeswoman for Qatar Liquefied Gas, known as QatarGas, declined to comment on the report when contacted today by phone.

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