A 75% Slump in Gas Aids Pakistan's Quest to End Energy Crisis

  • Nation may become one of world's top five LNG importers
  • Liquefied natural gas prices have fallen 75% since 2014

A 75 percent drop in liquefied natural gas prices since 2014 is just what Pakistan needed. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s government is confident it will help end the nation’s energy crisis by 2018.

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