Sngpl Agreement

The agreement between the private sector and gas companies will be signed under the network code in 2018, in accordance with the Third Part Access Rules (TPA). Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX), CS Solutions (Pvt) Limited and its affiliates (together “PSX – CS”) make this website available to you subject to these Terms of Use (“Conditions”). The terms and conditions constitute a legal agreement between you, PSX-CS, and govern the full use of this site, including all content, information and services provided on the site. By accessing, browsing or using this website, including all related pages owned by PSX or CS or operated by a partner or part of that site, you acknowledge that you have read, understood and accepted these conditions. You also acknowledge and accept that we may amend this agreement at any time, at our sole discretion, and that any changes to this Agreement will take effect as soon as the changes are published on the site, with or without notification. Every time you access this site, you agree to review this agreement and be bound by the current conditions. ISLAMABAD: The private sector will sign an agreement next week with Sui Southern Gas Company and Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Ltd for the transfer and distribution (T-D) of liquefied natural gas (RLNG) resusccated on their networks to Punjab, and Sindh PSX – CS does not guarantee the availability of data at any time or from a certain location , order, accuracy, completeness or news of the data; the provision of certain parts of the data is subject to the terms of other agreements in which PSX-CS participates individually or collectively. PSX – CS does not guarantee that the site is safe or free of viruses or other potentially harmful components. The SNGPL explained the risk profile under the Implementation Agreements (AI) and Gas Supply Agreements (GSA) in the case of PPGs. She reported: A few days ago, at a joint meeting with the PSO, SSGC, SNGPL and advisers to the privatization commission, the PSO stated that there was an upstream agreement with Qatar between the G-à-G and that there was no provision to revise the agreement, while a reduction in Pakistan`s decline would lead to the triggering of “Take or Pay” rules and the acceptance of pre-credit letters (SBLcs) $1 billion.