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Americans been trying to secure afghanistan to build a pipe line for oil through afghanistan they arent having much luck may be RUSSIA wanna give Them a hand as i am sure Nato wants out.:woot::rofl:

All Roads must go through Cheetah land :pakistan:
sir,
the area from kazak crosses over through uzbek then,turkmen and into iran where does pakistan fall into this area?
the route through afganistan involves the kazak ,tajik afgan then iran again no pakistani involvement
and this route is nothig new the russians already transfer other goods from iran throug these states.
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This is a misallocation of resources. Pakistan should be using it's own resources to dig up and exploit the trillions and trillions of dollars worth of Coal in the Thar desert.

Instead, money is being spent to help Iran get rich? :hitwall:
 

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This is a misallocation of resources. Pakistan should be using it's own resources to dig up and exploit the trillions and trillions of dollars worth of Coal in the Thar desert.

Instead, money is being spent to help Iran get rich? :hitwall:
Pakistan should be drilling near the Pak-Iran border on its side.
 

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sir i agree with you that it would cost quite a lot of money but considering indiads future energy needs they will be ready to pay anything.
moreover you will know very well how the indian ego work they will pay 5 times than solve the whole issue with pakistan and iran.

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I dunno about the ego but I found Indians to be damn good business men. You see gas at 15 USD per MMBTU is feasible if crude oil is above 86 USD per bbl
 

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This is a misallocation of resources. Pakistan should be using it's own resources to dig up and exploit the trillions and trillions of dollars worth of Coal in the Thar desert.

Instead, money is being spent to help Iran get rich? :hitwall:
Yes coal gasification or direct fire for electricity will be a good idea. I think Pakistani govt should convert coal into gas and transport this gas to every district for its own gas based power stations.

Pakistan should be drilling near the Pak-Iran border on its side.
Yes it should but no block is allocated in that area due to war like situation there.
 

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Blocks have been allocated to different companies including foreign but the work has not commenced due to security situation.
 

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Blocks have been allocated to different companies including foreign but the work has not commenced due to security situation.
Last map i saw showed that no blocks have been assigned. There are few blocks assigned but majority area is still virgin
 

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lets come back to topic, its the best step taken by this PPP govt, till now!:agree::tup:
i guss , it could be very good, if this can benefit china too, I guss IRAN can find a strong customer & a dependent allay, Who will not going let iran down , in SECURITY COUNCIL.;):agree::tup::smitten::china:
 

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Iran ready for gas deal with Pakistan, without India
Updated at: 0054 PST, Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Iran ready for gas deal with Pakistan, without India TEHRAN: Iran will sign a deal with Pakistan to sell gas to the neighbouring country, even if India, a third party to the deal, walked out, a news agency reported Iran's oil minister as saying on Monday.

India stayed away from talks in Tehran on a proposed $7 billion pipeline in September, saying it wanted to agree transit costs through Pakistan on a bilateral basis first.

Iran Oil Minister Gholamhossein Nozari said a delegation from Pakistan had arrived in Tehran for two days.

"Iran will sign a deal with Pakistan, if India does not take part in the project," agency quoted Nozari as saying.

In July, Iran said India and Pakistan had accepted Iran's demand for gas price reviews based on market changes, denying reports by some Indian newspapers that the pipeline talks had failed after Iran demanded a review every three years.

The pipeline would initially carry 60 million cubic metres of gas daily to Pakistan and India, half for each country. The pipeline's capacity would later rise to 150 million cu metres.

Iran said it has completed 18 percent of the work for the pipeline to bring gas from its South Pars field to the Iran-Pakistan border.

Pakistan has yet to begin work on a 1,000 km (625 mile) stretch of the pipeline to link Iran with India.

Iran has the world's second-largest gas reserves after Russia. But sanctions, politics and construction delays have slowed its gas development, and analysts say Iran is unlikely to become a major exporter for a decade.
 

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Iran ready for gas deal with Pakistan, without India
Updated at: 0054 PST, Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Iran ready for gas deal with Pakistan, without India TEHRAN: Iran will sign a deal with Pakistan to sell gas to the neighbouring country, even if India, a third party to the deal, walked out, a news agency reported Iran's oil minister as saying on Monday.

India stayed away from talks in Tehran on a proposed $7 billion pipeline in September, saying it wanted to agree transit costs through Pakistan on a bilateral basis first.

Iran Oil Minister Gholamhossein Nozari said a delegation from Pakistan had arrived in Tehran for two days.

"Iran will sign a deal with Pakistan, if India does not take part in the project," agency quoted Nozari as saying.

In July, Iran said India and Pakistan had accepted Iran's demand for gas price reviews based on market changes, denying reports by some Indian newspapers that the pipeline talks had failed after Iran demanded a review every three years.

The pipeline would initially carry 60 million cubic metres of gas daily to Pakistan and India, half for each country. The pipeline's capacity would later rise to 150 million cu metres.

Iran said it has completed 18 percent of the work for the pipeline to bring gas from its South Pars field to the Iran-Pakistan border.

Pakistan has yet to begin work on a 1,000 km (625 mile) stretch of the pipeline to link Iran with India.

Iran has the world's second-largest gas reserves after Russia. But sanctions, politics and construction delays have slowed its gas development, and analysts say Iran is unlikely to become a major exporter for a decade.
Trust me it is still in the planning stage :)
 

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moscow; DEAR SIR
let me remind you , some thing, that anything crossing in to AFGHANISTAN & clashing with pakistani intersts would be NO MORE!;):agree:
so its ("chabahar" conection) , will never going to be fessible, due to dangerous situation in afghanistan, i guss its looks good only on papers but, it will going to remain only on papers.:lol:;)
I think India is seriously taking on this issue..
India hands over key highway to Afghanistan
 

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