Posts tagged ‘needs’

June 30, 2011

Me & My Mom Expo 2010

Start Time: Friday, July 16, 2010 at 11:00am
End Time: Sunday, July 18, 2010 at 10:00pm
Location: Expo Center Karachi

Me & My Mom Expo, the 1st ever expo organized by “Innovation Gateway Pakistan” in Pakistan focused on the needs, wants & comforts for females & kids.

Me & My Mom Expo is an exciting event that provides our exhibitors an inexpensive way to reach thousands of families.

There is no better place instead of Me & My Mom Expo to promote your product and/or service and meet face-to-face with thousands of customers & consumers. Me & My Mom Expo provides a unique marketing opportunity for consumer or family-oriented businesses.

Me & My Mom Expo includes companies from consumer industries that support our mission and goal, by promoting awareness, educating and providing services to females & kids, with a combination of one stop shopping, displays, workshops and expert advice from pros within the industry. Me & My Mom Expo will provide and inspire families with every possible resource available to them.

It is the truest definition of “THE PERFECT MARKET”.

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June 30, 2011

PM calls for strategy to meet energy needs

PM Gilani instructs ministry to immediately prepare gas load management plan. PHOTO: FILE

ISLAMABAD: 

Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has directed the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources to prepare a comprehensive strategy to meet energy needs, particularly the demand for gas and oil, for the next two years.


He also stressed that a gas load management plan should be prepared and announced immediately.


He was talking to Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Dr Asim Hussain, who called on him at the Prime Minister’s House on Wednesday.


The prime minister reiterated the government’s commitment to explore all possible options to ensure supply of electricity and gas in the country. He expressed confidence that besides tapping domestic sources, agreements with regional countries to meet energy needs would bring positive results.


Earlier, the petroleum minister briefed the prime minister on his recent visit to Iran and a meeting with the Iranian energy minister. He said a gas pipeline stretched over 1,100 km had been completed on the Iranian side while progress on the pipeline project on the Pakistani side was quite satisfactory.


Discussing import of electricity from Iran, he pointed out that an Iranian team of experts would arrive in Pakistan soon to assess feasibility of the project, particularly establishing connection with the national grid.


Hussain said work on Kunner-Pasakhi Deep oil and gas exploration project had started and 100 million cubic feet of gas would be available from October this year.


Discussing progress on the liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, he said 17 businesses had shown interest in supply of gas to Pakistan, of which prominent bidders were Shell, Vitol, GDF, Norwegian Fund and Daewoo Group. They also talked about the prospects of gas price rationalisation.