Investment in Pakistan: Abu Dhabi will invest $1bn in oil pipelines, storages


According to sources, Abu Dhabi and Pakistan will sign the deal for the investment in Pakistan of $1 billion.

The $1 billion investment in Pakistan will be made by Abu Dhabi in oil pipelines and storages. However, a white oil pipeline will be laid while oil storages will be set up at Gwadar. On the other side, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince also visited Pakistan on Sunday (yesterday).

According to sources, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) agreed over the investment of $1 billion. The investment will be made through the global company Mubadala.

With this capital injection, the aggregate UAE investment and assistance bundle for Pakistan will ascend to $7.2 billion. It likewise incorporates a $3.2-billion oil credit office and $3 billion in real money bolster for equalization of installments.

Abu Dhabi has just put resources into Pak Arab Refinery or PARCO in joint-adventure organization with Pakistan government and it is the biggest oil refinery in Pakistan. PARCO is likewise setting up a waterfront oil refinery in Balochistan and is looking for financing for injecting capital into the project. Be that as it may, Pakistan’s administration is searching for subsidizing for oil stockpiling and white oil pipeline ventures.


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