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HDIP is Spending Rs. 270m to Upgrade its Fuel Testing Labs

The Hydrocarbon Growth Institute of Pakistan (HDIP) will execute two initiatives price Rs. 270 million, throughout the present fiscal yr, for the upgradation of its testing labs in numerous cities so as to guarantee the supply of high quality petroleum merchandise to customers.

“An quantity of Rs.220 million has been allotted for strengthening and up-gradation of Karachi Laboratories Complicated (KLC)  below the Public Sector Growth Program 2018-19, whereas Rs.50 million to improve HDIP’s POL testing services at Islamabad, Lahore, Multan, Peshawar, Quetta and ISO Certification of Petroleum Testing Laboratory at Islamabad,” official sources advised the media.

The sources mentioned the KLC can be reworked right into a state-of-the-art base by equipping it with a whole vary of POL product testing services at par with the worldwide customary for sustaining the provision of high quality gasoline.

The undertaking, they mentioned, would assist improve the capability of KLC to check samples of imported POL merchandise from ships, inspection and assortment of samples from all oil advertising and marketing corporations’ terminals and depots, refineries, lube oil mixing crops, lube oil reclamation crops, grease and transformer oil crops.

Below the second undertaking, the HDIP will improve its laboratories in Islamabad, Lahore, Multan, Peshawar, Quetta for testing domestically produced and imported petroleum merchandise like gasoline, diesel oils, furnace oil, transformer oil, lubricating oil and greases, the sources added.

Answering a query, in addition they knowledgeable that an quantity of Rs 100 million had been reserved for the upgradation of Chemical and Petrology-Mineralogy Labs at Geological Survey of Pakistan Southern Zone Karachi.

Whereas, Rs.100 million can be utilized for enlargement and up-gradation of Pakistan Petroleum Core home (PETCORE) for its sustainable operations to facilitate oil and fuel exploration analysis in Pakistan. In addition to, funds amounting to Rs.10 million have been allotted for geological mapping of 50 Topo sheets, out of 354 Unmapped Topo sheets of Outcrop areas of Balochistan province, the sources added.


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