ISLAMABAD - Dialogue between Sindh government and Oil and the Gas Development Company Limited (OGDCL) bore no fruit so far as the former refusal to pay wellhead price as per Petroleum Concession (PC) agreement for the supply of gas from four dormant gas fields in line with the decision of Economic Co-ordination Committee (ECC). Well-placed sources privy to the development informed TheNation on Wednesday that The Sindh government and OGDCL are at loggerhead with the former refusal to pay wellhead price as per the Petroleum Concession (PC) agreement for gas from four dormant gas fields in line with the decision of the ECC adding that negotiations remained fruitless so far to logically conclude the negotiations. Sindh got and OGDCL authorities are currently negotiating GSA for the gas of dormant fields and OGDCL has already refused to hand over the fields to Sindh and called for paying wellhead price of hydrocarbon resources as per PC agreement in light of the decision of ECC, sources said adding that the case may be tabled before ECC again if OGDCL agrees to accept the Sindh governments demand to pay a price lower than $4.02 per mmbtu as negotiated in PC agreement. Sources in OGDCL informed that OGDCL had formally conveyed that it would not surrender fields to the Sindh government and only allocate gas for Sindh at wellhead price according to Petroleum concession agreement. They were of the view that Sindh government was mounting pressure to surrender four dormant gas fields to the province but the OGDCL had refused so far to follow the demand and asked the former to pay wellhead price of hydrocarbon resources as per PC agreement in light of the decision of ECC.