Disconnection of gas supply of defaulted consumers
LAHORE (PR): Managing Director SNGPL, Mr. M. Arif Hameed has issued orders to speed up the process of disconnecting govt./special & domestic defaulting consumers in view of the orders given by Prime Minister to take strict action against gas bill defaulters. In this regard SNGPL has disconnected the following 45 govt./special & domestic defaulting consumers having cumulative gas bills default of Rs. 19,713,080.
In this respect following 12 consumers of Islamabad, 16 consumers of Rawalpindi,2 consumers of Gujranwala ,1 consumer of Gujrat ,2 consumers of Sialkot ,1 consumer of Kamoke , 1 consumer of Hangu ,1 consumer of Lala Musa ,1 consumer of Multan ,1 consumer of Mianwali , 1 consumer of Nankana Sahib ,2 consumers of Peshawar ,1 consumer of Hasanabdal ,1 consumer of Sheikhupura,1 consumer of Lahore regions
Islamabad Region: M/S Dy. Director (CDA) Sector G-6/4 (Rs.2, 431,550), M/S Enercon HQ Sector G-5/2 (Rs.962, 840), M/S National Centre for Rural Development Chak Shahzad (Rs.297,870), M/S Teacher Training Project Sector H-9 (Rs. 250,910), M/S FG Girls Secondary School Sector I-9 (Rs.240,040), M/S Pak Metrological Deptt. Sector H-8 (Rs. 183,310), M/S Masjid Usman Bhara Kanu (Rs. 172,840), M/S Dawah Academy Sector G-9 (Rs. 150,550), M/S Govt. College for Boys Sector H-9 (Rs.142,110), M/S FG Boys Secondary School Sector G-8/4 (Rs. 134,00), M/S Jamia Masjid Madni Chak Shahzad (Rs. 112,910), M/S Shaheen Foundation PAF F-7 Markaz (Rs. 111,930)
Rawalpindi Region
M/S DAS Board Alfalah Askari Alies Committee Chowk (Rs. 2,231,340), M/S AFIC-NIHD Hospital (Rs. 1,796,150), M/S Additional Session Judge Court (Rs. 1,278,810), M/S Wapda Hospital (Rs. 884,170), M/S District & Session Court (Rs. 595,200), M/S Chief Engineer C&W 4-Civil Lines (Rs. 345,400), M/S District Sports Officer 27 Civil Lines (Rs. 325,310), M/S Secretary Jamia Masjid Bostan Road (Rs. 217,590), M/S Mosque, Village Jatli Gujjar Khan (Rs. 156,720), M/S PM House Police Line No.3 (Rs. 148,220), M/S PM House Police Lines No.3 Jail Road (Rs. 137,610), M/S AGE Sarwar Road (Rs. 136,390), M/S Pak PWD Office Palmer Line (Rs. 113,730), M/S Fauji Foundation Office Rawalpindi (Rs. 112,850), M/S  National Saving Centre (Rs. 112,840), M/S Jamia Masjid Khasala Khurd Adyala Road (Rs. 104,230)
Lahore Region M/S Sutlej Rangers Ghazi Road (Rs. 894,680). Sheikhupura Region: M/S Jamia Masjid Farooq-e-Azam Safdarabad (Rs. 111,430), M/S Govt. High School Farooqabad (Rs. 170,210).

Eni finds gas in Indonesia
MILAN (PR): Eni has made an important gas finding in the Merakes exploration prospect, in the East Sepinggan Block, where Eni is operator with a 100% stake. The Block is located in the offshore East Kalimantan (Borneo), 170 kilometres south of the Bontang LNG Plant and 35 kilometres from the offshore Jangkrik field, also operated by Eni.
The finding was made through the Merakes 1 well which was drilled at a water depth of 1,372 metres and reached a total depth of 2,640 metres.

Australia to facilitate Pakistan in tariff regime
KARACHI (PR): Peter Heyward Australian High Commissioner to Pakistan while addressing the fourth annual dinner of the Pakistan Australia Business Forum (PABF) has said that the government of Australia will facilitate Pakistan by changing its tariff regime by greatly slashing tariffs on the import of Pakistani textiles beginning next year.
The maximum tariff to be imposed would be five per cent. This step would also help Pakistan in balancing its trade which is still in favour of Australia.
He added that the Forum is a key partner in strengthening bilateral relations between Pakistan and Australia.

Maaz and Sadaf to represent Pakistan at Telenor summit
ISLAMABAD (PR): Telenor Pakistan has announced Maaz Imran and Sadaf Amin as representatives from Pakistan at the second edition of Telenor Youth Summit 2014 in Oslo, Norway, which is being organized in collaboration with the Nobel Peace Center. The two winners of the qualifying competition will also get a chance to attend the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony and Concert.
The competition attracted over 800 entries towards bringing positive social change through the use of mobile communication and internet.
 As per the judging format, after three rounds of extensive evaluation, top 11 participants were called in to present their ideas to a panel of esteemed jury members including Salman Ansari, former advisor, Ministry of IT & telecommunications; Badar Khushnood, Google - Pakistan Country Consultant for Google Inc; Omer Bin Tariq, Director, Internet and Devices, Telenor Pakistan, Atifa Asghar, Director Corporate Communications and Responsibility, Telenor Pakistan and Sidra Iqbal, youth activist.

UMT seminar on Iqbal Day
Lahore (PR): University of Management and Technology’s organized a seminar to pay tribute to Allama Iqbal.  Among the guest speakers were the grandson of Allama Iqbal Munib Iqbal, Rector UMT, Dr Hasan Sohaib Murad, renowned TV anchorperson Dr Tahir Mustafa and Mr. Saroosh Alamgir (Scholar. A great number of students, teachers and faculty members participated in the seminar.