No oil, gas reserves found in Karachi: sources


ISLAMABAD – The latest try to discover oil and gas reserves off the shore of Karachi has been futile as no hydrocarbons reserves have been observed.

the drilling procedure at the Kekra-1 nicely has been finished and a document on this regard has been sent to PM Imran Khan.

Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs, Ali Zaidi said earlier that drilling system for the invention of oil and gasoline is in final stage and the effects might be clear after some days.

Zaidi had stated the drilling procedure isn’t always completed but but a stress sign become acquired on the depth of 5474 meters throughout drilling.He stated the drilling might continue until the depth of 5000 meters.

ExxonMobil, ENI, Oil and fuel development organisation and Pakistan Petroleum restricted carried out the drilling to decide the actual length of the oil and gasoline reserves inside the Kekra-1 nicely, positioned around 280 km faraway from Karachi coast.

The institution of multinational companies had started offshore drilling on 11th January 2019. The drilling become expected to be completed in March 2019 as according to initial estimation. ENI ensured the final touch of offshore drilling no matter essential conditions faced at some point of the drilling system.


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