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Topics: Government, Industry, Natural gas prices Pages: 2 (700 words) Published: March 6, 2014
Government has conducted many National Energy Conferences on provisional and national level, but they all are in vain. In this conference, the government authorities just use to talk about the methods to control the energy crisis in country and the masses have dejected over extended outage of electricity energy. Although government has conducted many conferences before this to control the shortage of energy and all of them remained useless and this time, government authorities have also made a use less conclusion of this conference. Pakistan is facing a big and serious energy crisis which is increasing with the passage of time and the government of Pakistan has remained fail to control this and fix this issue. In spite of the growing ratio of economical growth in the entire world, Pakistan is stuck with the same energy crisis specifically from the last 5 years. Now, the demand for energy exceeds supply and due to less supply, the result occurs in form of “load-shedding” for Pakistanis, and it is a common phenomenon now through frequent power shutdowns. Pakistan needs about 14000-15000MW electricity per day, and the demand is likely to rise to approximately 20,000 MW per day by 2010. Currently, Pakistan is able to produce about 11, 500 MW per day and thus there is a shortfall of about 3000-4000MW per day. This shortage has badly affecting industries of Pakistan and industrialists are shifting their business from Pakistan after protesting a lot against this load shedding, a gift of government to its nation. It has also affected the commerce and business sector, and the daily life of people. Although government authorities have used to talk big ones in this conference but the public is aware from the current government’s abilities now and they know that this conference will contribute nothing for the alleviation of electricity short fall. The conclusion of this conference was not different from the previous ones and it has added a new head ache and problems for the...
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