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    good news... hope both countries also take measures to stop evil forces from sabotaging the pipeline
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    Interesting, Pakistan play to kill two birds with one stones. First Gwardar ports to China and move forward progress on pipelines.

    I think, we should ask Iran to abandon Chahabar port that support Indian terrorism on Afghanistan or face consequences.
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    This project contains unique importance in terms of relation and for our energy need. We should work faster on this project, and i hope for reliable price for end consumer in Pakistan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Crow View Post
    This project contains unique importance in terms of relation and for our energy need. We should work faster on this project, and i hope for reliable price for end consumer in Pakistan.
    In the future, this project with its pipeline would turn up north and would move to China. Unless India improves her relationship with Pakistan, this pipe line should never be allowed to go even close to the Indian border.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ticker View Post
    In the future, this project with its pipeline would turn up north and would move to China. Unless India improves her relationship with Pakistan, this pipe line should never be allowed to go even close to the Indian border.
    I disagree, India can also get lots of benefit from this project, if they becomes part of it, our relation will become more stronger which West and Europe countries don't want it. They knows the importance of this project and they are making futile effort to keep us away from it.

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    The only question that I have is "What is the reason that it took that long to say "go"?"... I mean, we need energy desperately. Out neighbor needs a buyer... There is no big military issue in it. Yet we waited years... Bad bad mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Crow View Post
    I disagree, India can also get lots of benefit from this project, if they becomes part of it, our relation will become more stronger which West and Europe countries don't want it. They knows the importance of this project and they are making futile effort to keep us away from it.
    Unless India improves her relations with Pakistan, why should we support it with economic benefits. Nothing is free in this world based on real-politik and this is what we need to learn, as we were taught this again and again and yet again by being used and then kicked.

    It is my land, and it is my interest which must remain paramount. Else, take the pipeline under the sea and out of even Pakistani EEZ.

    No economically viable technology yet exists, which can lay such an oil or gas pipeline in an ocean like Indian Ocean which is over 3500 meters deep.

    The onus of improving the relations rests with India. We should see if it is in our interest, only then we may say yes.

    The yearly revenue, this gas pipeline would grant Pakistan would be merely 50-60 million dollars - this is peanuts for the economic advantages that India would accrue. No need to get emotional for mere 50-60 million dollars per year. Itna to Zardari Sahib ke dinner mein hi lag jata hoga, Aiwan e Sadar mein.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Crow View Post
    I disagree, India can also get lots of benefit from this project, if they becomes part of it, our relation will become more stronger which West and Europe countries don't want it. They knows the importance of this project and they are making futile effort to keep us away from it.
    After recent events India are the ones to show zero cooperation. This pipeline should be kept away from our neighbours for obvious reasons

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ticker View Post
    Unless India improves her relations with Pakistan, why should we support it with economic benefits. Nothing is free in this world based on real-politik and this is what we need to learn, as we were taught this again and again and yet again by being used and then kicked.

    It is my land, and it is my interest which must remain paramount. Else, take the pipeline under the sea and out of even Pakistani EEZ.

    No economically viable technology yet exists, which can lay such an oil or gas pipeline in an ocean like Indian Ocean which is over 3500 meters deep.

    The onus of improving the relations rests with India. We should see if it is in our interest, only then we may say yes.

    The yearly revenue, this gas pipeline would grant Pakistan would be merely 50-60 million dollars - this is peanuts for the economic advantages that India would accrue. No need to get emotional for mere 50-60 million dollars per year. Itna to Zardari Sahib ke dinner mein hi lag jata hoga, Aiwan e Sadar mein.
    It is not the money but the fact that the Indians can never accept something that is controlled by Pakistan... Even political showing some kind of dependence is a dangerous situation that can have impact in the next Indian election.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hope View Post
    After recent events India are the ones to show zero cooperation. This pipeline should be kept away from our neighbours for obvious reasons
    World is not trusting us, what you expect from India?
    First, We should clean our country as extremism , terrorism, anarchism, divisionism and negativism is on peak here.
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    Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project needs no West aid: Velayati



    A senior Iranian official says the Islamic Republic can assist Pakistan to fully implement a mutual gas pipeline project without any technical support from the United States and Europe.


    Ali Akbar Velayati, the adviser to Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on international affairs, said on Friday that Iranian engineers had managed to carry out multiple gas pipeline projects across Iran.

    “Pakistan can also benefit from Iran’s support and the initiatives of Iranian engineers in the construction of gas pipelines on its soil.”

    The Iranian official made the remarks at a meeting with Shia and Sunni scholars in Pakistan’s port city of Karachi.

    Islamabad has awarded an Iranian company a contract to build the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline for the export of 21.5 million cubic meters of Iran’s natural gas to Pakistan on a daily basis.

    Iran has already built more than 900 kilometers of the pipeline on its soil and it has offered to finance and help build the 700-kilometer tranche of the pipeline on the Pakistani side.

    Velayati also underscored the importance of unity among Muslims and said, “The Islamic world can defeat its enemies through unity.”

    Also at the meeting, President of Pakistan’s Jamaat-e-Islami Seyyed Munawar Hassan lauded Iran’s help to Pakistan in tackling its energy crisis by providing assistance in implementation of the gas pipeline project.

    Munawar Hassan said unity between Iran and Pakistan had caused concern for the imperialist forces in the region and thwarted Washington’s plots.

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    Nothing can stop Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline'

    Nothing can stop Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline'

    File photo shows a segment of Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline.
    Wed Feb 6, 2013 4:1PM GMT


    Pakistan Ambassador to Tehran says nothing can prevent the progress of the multi-billion-dollar Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline project.


    Khalid Aziz Babar said on Wednesday that based on an agreement signed between the two parties, the gas pipeline must be completed by December 2014 and after its completion, gas transfer from Iran to Pakistan will start.

    On January 29, an Iranian deputy oil minister said Tehran would finance and help build the 700-kilometer tranche of Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline on the Pakistani side.

    “Aside from a 250-million-dollar loan, Iran will also provide the supplies and equipment necessary for the construction of the part of the pipeline on Pakistani soil,” Javad Owji, who is also managing director of the National Iranian Gas Company, said.

    This is while Pakistan has constantly dismissed rumors that it might pull out of the project amid efforts by the United States to convince the country to abandon the pipeline.

    The pipeline, projected to cost about USD1.2-1.5 billion, would enable the export of 21.5 million cubic meters of Iran’s natural gas to Pakistan on a daily basis.

    Iran has already built more than 900 kilometers of the pipeline on its soil.

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    Iran slams Canada’s stance on Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project

    Iran slams Canada’s stance on Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project


    File photo shows a segment of Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline.
    Mon Mar 4, 2013 7:0PM GMT


    Canada should avoid turning into a source of tension in relations among nations and a threat to the international peace and security.”

    Iran Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast

    Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast has censured Canada’s stance on the multi-billion-dollar Iran-Pakistan (IP) gas pipeline project, warning Ottawa against turning into the source of threat to global peace.


    “Canada should avoid turning into a source of tension in relations among nations and a threat to the international peace and security,” Mehmanparast said on Monday.

    He added that a statement issued by Canada’s Foreign Minister John Baird about the disappointment of the country’s federal government over the IP gas project was a clear example of “irresponsible attitude of the radical Canadian government.”

    It is also an effort to obstruct enhancement of ties among countries in order to promote international peace and welfare, he pointed out.

    “Such illogical interference in internal affairs of regional nations indicates lack of proper understanding of the international developments and regional realities on the part of the Canadian statesmen,” the Iranian spokesperson said.

    Mehmanparast emphasized that the first priority of Iran foreign policy is promoting peace and stability in the region through the expansion of close cooperation with neighboring countries such as Pakistan.

    In his statement on Friday, Baird said the Canadian federal government got deeply disappointed by Pakistan's decision to build a new natural gas pipeline with Iran and to purchase Iranian gas through it.

    On March 2, Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari reiterated that Islamabad would not stop the pipeline project at any cost.

    The Pakistani president stressed that his government would continue to pursue the construction of the gas pipeline despite US threats and pressure.

    Pakistan faces a crushing energy crisis which has caused difficulties in financing the pipeline which stretches from the border between the two countries to Nawabshah region in Pakistan.

    Iran, the second largest owner of gas reserves in the world after Russia, has said it will provide USD 500 million to help Pakistan build the pipeline on its side of the border.

    The pipeline will enable the export of 21.5 million cubic meters (mcm) of Iran’s natural gas to Pakistan on a daily basis. Iran has already built more than 900 kilometers of the pipeline on its soil.

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    Re: Iran slams Canada’s stance on Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project

    What is the matter with Americans and their lapdogs. Iran wants to sell we need to buy we live next door to each other to hell with illegal American sanctions
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    Re: Iran slams Canada’s stance on Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project

    Who cares what Canada or the USA say?
    Pakistan and Iran must look at building this pipeline as it will simply benefit both nations

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    Re: Iran slams Canada’s stance on Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project

    There is current ongoing project for Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to US. Why can't Pakistan-Iran pipeline do same?


    March 2, 2013


    Supporters of Canada-US pipeline say new report shows project should be approved immediately

    he lengthy report says Canadian tar sands are likely to be developed, regardless of whether the U.S. approves the Keystone XL pipeline, which would carry oil through Montana, South Dakota, Kansas, Nebraska and Oklahoma.

    The report acknowledges that development of tar sands in Alberta would create greenhouse gases but makes clear that other methods of transporting the oil — including rail, trucks and barges — also pose a risk to the environment.

    The State Department analysis for the first time evaluated two options using rail: shipping the oil on trains to existing pipelines or to oil tankers. The report shows that those other methods would release more greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming than the pipeline. The Keystone XL pipeline, according to the report, would release annually the same amount of global warming pollution as 626,000 passenger cars.

    A scenario that would move the oil on trains to mostly existing pipelines would release 8 per cent more greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide than Keystone XL. That scenario would not require State Department approval because any new pipelines would not cross the U.S border.

    Another alternative that relies mostly on rail to move the oil to the Canadian west coast, where it would be loaded onto oil tankers to the U.S. Gulf Coast, would result in 17 per cent more greenhouse gas emissions, the report said.

    In both alternatives, the oil would be shipped in rail cars as bitumen, a thick, tar-like substance, rather than as a liquid.

    The State Department was required to conduct a new environmental analysis after the pipeline's operator, Calgary-based TransCanada, changed the project's route though Nebraska. The Obama administration blocked the project last year because of concerns that the original route would have jeopardized environmentally sensitive land in the Sand Hills region.

    The administration later approved a southern section of the pipeline, from Oklahoma to the Texas coast, as part of what Obama has called an "all of the above" energy policy that embraces a wide range of sources, from oil and gas to renewables such as wind and solar.

    The draft report issued Friday begins a 45-day comment period, after which the State Department will issue a final environmental report before Secretary of State John Kerry makes a recommendation about whether the pipeline is in the national interest.

    Kerry has promised a "fair and transparent" review of the plan and said he hopes to decide on the project in the "near term." Most observers do not expect a decision until summer at the earliest.

    Canadian Natural Resource Minister Joe Oliver said Friday that Canada will respect the U.S. review process and noted the importance of the pipeline to the Canadian economy.


    Obama's initial rejection of the pipeline last year went over badly in Canada, which relies on the United States for 97 per cent of its energy exports.


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    Re: Iran slams Canada’s stance on Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project

    Looks like an interesting project

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    Re: Iran slams Canada’s stance on Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project

    This ''Baird'' is very pro zionist. He is tumor for humanity
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    Re: Iran slams Canada’s stance on Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project

    Ive heard he is on the payroll of the Zionists. He is a director of several Jewish run companies. Says it all
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    Re: Iran slams Canada’s stance on Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project

    Quote Originally Posted by Express View Post
    Ive heard he is on the payroll of the Zionists. He is a director of several Jewish run companies. Says it all
    Yes, he is a known zionist. Shame for Canadian people that he represents them
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