Since Pakistan has been suffering major energy crisis, solutions to overcome it are always on the way. Now the Prime Minister of Pakistan said that Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) was the only solution to these crises. He was at Port Qasim in Karachi to inaugurate the second LNG terminal on Sunday. Talking to the media over there, Mr. Aabbasi said, “If you don’t add more gas into the system, you cannot fight the energy crisis.”
Further the PM said that many people had questioned it (the project) when it started but “Port Qasim came through” and the terminal started functioning in less than 14 months “which is exemplary”.
Mr. Khaqan also mentioned that we could not add other methods as they were much expensive or slow. Revealing PML-N’s efforts in this regard, he said that previous governments had made several attempts to introduce LNG as a source of energy in the country, but only the PML-N government had succeeded in doing so.