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Oil, Gas and Coal Resources of Sindh Naseer Memon. Oil and Gas Resources of Sindh. Pakistan Energy Year Book-2006. Balance Recoverable Reserves (as on 30 th June 2006) . Pakistan Energy Year Book-2006. Sindh’s Contribution .

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Oil and Gas Resources of Sindh

Pakistan Energy Year Book-2006

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Balance Recoverable Reserves

(as on 30th June 2006)

Pakistan Energy Year Book-2006

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Sindh’s Contribution

In 2005-06 Sindh produced 982,035 million cubic feet (MCFT) of gas.

Sindh consumed only 461,779 MCFT, which is less than 50% of its production.

Hence over 50% of the gas produced by the provinces was used out side the province.

In 2005-06 Sindh produced 13.3 million barrels of oil having value about 91 billion rupees.

(US$ 115/barrel, Rs. 60/US$)

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Dividend for Sindh

Out of 11,613 employees in SSGC and SNGPL, Sindh’s share was 3,613 (including 1,940 from Karachi) whereas Punjab’s share was 5,454.

(Former Minister for Petroleum, Mr. Amanullah Jadoon told NA on 14th April 2007)

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State of Human Development

Major oil and gas producing areas such as Badeen, Khairpur, Sukkur, Ghotki, Jamshoro, Dadu, Larkana/Qambar, Sanghar are completely under developed and communities surrounding the oil and gas field live in primitive ages.

According to Human Development Report of UNDP (2003) Badin, the major oil producing district ranked at 60th out of 91 districts in country.

Only 3 districts of Sindh (including Karachi and Hyderabad) found place in top thirty districts of country on HDI.

The same report placed Rural Sindh lowest among all urban and rural areas of all provinces ranked on HD Index.

mdg ranking 2005 of major oil and gas producing districts out of 98 districts
MDG Ranking 2005 of major oil and gas producing districts (out of 98 Districts)

(Pakistan Millennium Development Goals Report-2006)

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State of Human Development

Social Policy and Development Centre (SPDC) annual report of 2001 “Social Development in Pakistan-Growth, Inequity and Poverty” mentions that 50 percent of districts of Sindh (all from rural Sindh) were in high deprivation category and 49% of rural population was under high deprivation.

ADB report Poverty in Pakistan: Issues, Causes and Institutional Response (2002) mentions Rural Sindh as the poorest area with estimated poverty at 52.2% and Urban Sindh as the least poor at 14.9%.