Oil and Gas Development Company Limited (OGDCL) has discovered new oil and gas reserves in Kohat district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.Read more
Ruichen Hong, a scholar of Green BRI Centre, has said that Dawood Wind Power Station not only can improve energyRead more
Minister for National Food Security and Research Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiya said that government was determined to make sure the smoothRead more
The moon thought be dry long time and in fact, it has huge sub-surface water reserves that will satiate theRead more
STAFF REPORT ISB: Geological Survey of Pakistan (GSP) has determined large reserves of iron ore and copper at 32 different locations in Chiniot and other sites of Punjab, however, this state-owned department has not been not invited to the inaugural ceremony in Chiniot. GSP has determined 32 different places in 80,000 square kilometer area of Punjab, which is abundant in iron ore and copper reserves.
The sites of large reserves of iron ore and copper are located in Faisalabad, Nankana
STAFF REPORT ISB: As higher government authorities have instructed to speed up work on the Zulfikarabad city project, the environmentalists have expressed their concern as this project is threatening the survival of the largest mangroves reserves along the Thatta coast.
The IUCN Pakistan National Committee members expressed concern during their recently held meeting here.
They said that while development is important, protection of a delicate mangroves ecosystem environment is
STAFF REPORT IBD: UNESCO has assured its full support for approval of the Karakoram Pamir Biosphere Reserve situated in Gilgit Baltistan as the third Biosphere Reserve in Pakistan. The project would be signed during the scheduled visit of the Director General UNESCO to Pakistan in coming June.
"Pakistan has prepared requisite documents, including a management plan, for approval of the Karakoram Pamir Biosphere Reserve in Gilgit Baltistan which would be the 3rd biosphere Reserve of
STAFF REPORT IBD: Speakers at a seminar titled "Energy Crisis and Coal Reserves in Pakistan: Potential, Problems and Prospects" have said that corruption, nepotism and poor governance are the main reasons behind the country’s failure in energy sector in Pakistan, and called for drastic measures, such as focus on large scale mechanized coal mining to produce various forms of energy from it to lessen the intensity of the power crisis.Usman Amin-ud-Din, former minister for petroleum andRead more
According to an official report, the gas shortage of one billion cubic feet (bcf) was recorded in 2011 alone, and currently it has increased to 1.8 bcf.Owing to this, the industrial sector, CNG and the power sector have been severely affected. The main reasons described for the peril are rapid surge in the demand and less exploration.According to a State Bank report, no exploration has been carried out since 1998 to find gas reserves. However, we have already harnessed 49 per cent of theRead more