ISLAMABAD: A delegation of oil and gas giant ExxonMobil called on federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Ali Haider Zaidi in Islamabad on Tuesday, the ministry’s official Twitter account reported.
ExxonMobil chairman Alex Volkov, along with his team, held productive discussions with the minister relating to LNG requirements in Pakistan and the offshore drilling project off the coast of Karachi, the ministry wrote on Twitter.
ExxonMobil Chairman Alex Volkov with his team called on the Min of Maritime @AliHZaidiPTI in Islamabad today. Productive discussions took place on the LNG requirements in Pakistan & the offshore drilling project off the coast of Karachi. pic.twitter.com/GAiGU8LceZ
— Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Govt of Pakistan (@MaritimeGovPK) April 30, 2019
Pakistan, with assistance of the US-based oil and gas exploration firm ExxonMobil and Eni Pakistan Limited, started offshore drilling in ultra-deep waters near Karachi coast earlier this year in an attempt to find huge oil and gas reserves estimated to be worth over $100 million.
The post ExxonMobil discusses LNG needs, offshore drilling with Ali Zaidi appeared first on ARYNEWS.