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Peace Pipeline, Interests of the Countries involved

Author Affiliations

  • 1Knowledge Management Dept. Institute for International Energy Studies (IIES), Ministry of Petroleum, Tehran, Islamic Republic of IRAN
  • 2 Institute for International Energy Studies (IIES), Ministry of Petroleum, Tehran, Islamic Republic of IRAN

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 4, Issue (4), Pages 83-87, April,2 (2015)

Abstract

Peace pipeline is actually considered as a gas transmission project to deliver natural gas from Iran to Pakistan and from Pakistan to India. This project has been called as Peace Pipeline. Through connecting the economy of India and Pakistan (Strategic Energy Sector) as two countries fought recurrently, directed them to peace; in this sense, this project with development and protection of common economics, provided peace to them. Recently, the demand and consumption of gas in various sector of international economy has been increased. On the other hand, improving in technology and increasing environmental concerns lead to preference of using gas instead of other fuels and today considered as a fist choice to producing electricity. Since, gas turbine technology developed significantly and international gas pipeline and liquefied natural gas (LNG) energy production facilities achieved gas transmission through worldwide with lower costs, this product turn to a strong rival to other source such as coal and oil. This article discus about the Peace Pipeline.

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