Cargoes for LNG needed by Pakistan as delayed power plants come online1 min read

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SINGAPORE/ISLAMABAD: Pakistan LNG Ltd, a subsidiary of state-owned Government Holdings, is seeking liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes after being absent from the spot market for four months, as long-delayed new power plants start to come online.Delays at three new power plants had caused the company to divert shipments earlier this year and pause spot imports of the super-chilled fuel.

The new power plants, Haveli, Bhikki and Balloki, are “basically online”, a senior Pakistan energy official told Reuters on Wednesday.

Haveli, a combined-cycle natural gas plant with a capacity of 1,230 megawatts (MW), has started operating at full capacity, according to local media. However, it was not clear if the other two plants are fully operational.

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