BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungarian oil and gas group MOL has found new oil and gas in the TAL block in Pakistan, the company said in a statement on Monday. Oil and gas have been encountered in the exploratory well, Tolanj X-1, which is being drilled in TAL Block, Pakistan, MOL said. The drilled section yielded 2,900 barrels of oil equivalent per day worth of gas, MOL said. It said it also found oil, but it did not quantify that find. The find on its own is not very significant for the company, but it signals the importance of Pakistan tests, KBC Securities analyst Lajos Meszaros said. Because of the 10 percent share that MOL has in this project, this represents only about 0.2 percent of the planned annual output of 145,000 barrels per day, Meszaros said. Whats important to see is that the tests in Pakistan are very serious, and MOL is delivering on its promises both there and in Syria. The company said recently that its upstream segment would be a key piece of its growth strategy, especially in Syria and Iraq. The company plans to raise its capital expenditure to 370 billion forints ($1.88 billion) this year from 332 billion in 2010, CEO Gyorgy Mosonyi said last week.