Supplies from Pakistan’s main gas field have been fully restored, officials said on Saturday 11 days after a bloody attack by militant tribesmen seeking greater autonomy forced the field to be shut down. “The previous pressure has been restored, gas has been restored to important places like fertilizer and power plants,” Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Amanullah Khan Jadoon said on state-run Pakistan Television. “The disruption that had been caused has now been fully rectified.” Supplies from the Sui field in the southwestern province of Baluchistan were suspended after the main processing plant and pipelines were damaged in the rocket attack on Jan. 11, in which as many as 15 people died. Full Story
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