KESC tops the list of gas defaulters

Petroleum minister submits a list of companies in default of more than Rs10m.


Our Correspondent September 04, 2012

ISLAMABAD:


The National Assembly on Monday was informed that Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) topped the list of gas defaulters with Rs41.805 billion outstanding. Besides, the KESC KTPS Residential Complex Karachi is also a defaulter of Rs36 million, Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources, Dr Asim Hussain said in his written reply submitted to the assembly secretariat.


According to the list of defaulters, Pakistan Steel Bin Qasim Karachi is a defaulter of Rs8,782 million, WAPDA ( Jamshoro, Kotri, Sukkur, Quetta) is a defaulter of Rs2,203 million, Habibullah Coastal Power (Sheikh Manda Quetta) is a defaulter of Rs1,320 million, DHA Desalination Plant (Defence Karachi) is a defaulter of Rs996 million, Olympia Power Generation Landhi Karachi is a defaulter of Rs183 million, Naudero Power Plan Larkana is a defaulter of Rs162 million, Nadeem Power Generation Kotri is a defaulter of Rs103 million, Lucky Energy (Pvt) Ltd Karachi is a defaulter of Rs274 million, Tata Energy Limited Karachi is a defaulter of Rs188 million and Gulistan Power Kotri is a defaulter of Rs136 million.

Central Prison Hyderabad is a defaulter of Rs14 million, Sandaman Civil Hospital Quetta is a defaulter of Rs12 million, Bolan Medical Complex Hospital Brewery Road Quetta is a defaulter of Rs10 million and Karachi Central Prison is a defaulter of Rs28 million.

Moreover, Dewan Textile Mills Ltd Kotri is a defaulter of Rs51 million, Rana Textile Shahkot is a defaulter of Rs183 million, Rustam Towel Lahore is a defaulter of Rs182 million, Amtex Private Limited Khurrarianwala (Faisalabad) is a defaulter of Rs173 million, Flying Paper Industries Lahore is a defaulter of Rs616 million, Zaman Paper Board Lahore is a defaulter of Rs169 million, Jaguar Pvt Ltd Faisalabad is a defaulter of Rs154 million, Chenaab Limited Faisalabad is a defaulter of Rs127 million and Ali Sameer is a defaulter of Rs104 million.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 4th, 2012.

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