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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Text of report by Khaleeq Kiani entitled: "Pipeline gas requirement estimate raised", published by Pakistani newspaper Dawn website on 29 April
Islamabad, 28 April: Islamabad on Friday [28 April] enhanced its gas off-take requirement to 2.6bn cubic feet per day (BCFD) from the Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline project because of higher expected shortage in the country.
Pakistan had originally sought 2.1BCFD of gas from Iran for its domestic requirement, which was updated to 2.6BCFD on Friday at the first round of three-day meeting of the project's joint working group, sources told Dawn.