January 2015, Vol. 242, No. 1

Projects

New Incentives Boost Interest In Pakistan Opportunities

New incentives offered as part of Pakistan’s latest policies for petroleum resource production seem to be proving an attractive prospect for potential investors. However, an equally effective shale gas policy appears more unlikely, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData. A report stated various alterations made to specific terms have improved the attractiveness of Pakistan’s exploration opportunities, and the government is only likely to continue offering more incentives as the country seeks to boost its domestic petroleum production. The Petroleum Policy of 2012 and recently introduced policies for marginal fields, tight gas and low-energy gas have of

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