(EnergyAsia, June 19, Tuesday) — Pakistan’s Progas has started up its US$50 million joint venture liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) terminal at Port Qasim. The terminal, with a storage capacity of 5,600 tonnes, is expected to help alleviate Pakistan’s LPG supply shortage.Progas Pakistan is a joint venture between of KUB Malaysia Berhad, Progas Energy Limited and…

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