Islamabad has started off building a gas pipeline from Iran to assist with its energy needs, Pakistani media say, Azernews reports.

Leader of Iran is going to Islamabad in about fourteen days to finish plans for a gas pipeline project pointed toward bringing harmony. Accordingly, Pakistan is investigating the planning and plan for a 80 km stretch of the pipeline close to the Iranian line.

A source from Pakistan’s Energy Service made sense of that they’ll request a lot of cash in the current year’s financial plan to get it going. It’s assessed to cost 44 billion Pakistani rupees (more than $158 million) and will require around 2 years to wrap up.

Pakistan has chosen to part the pipeline project into two stages. To begin with, they’ll assemble a 81-kilometer stretch from Gwadar port to Iran, afterwards associate it to Nawabshah.

Back in 2009, Iran and Pakistan consented to each deal with the piece of the pipeline inside their nation. On the off chance that Pakistan pulls out of the undertaking, it could need to pay Iran around $18 billion.

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