ISLAMABAD - To overcome the electricity shortage, the government has floated tender for the purchase of 10 Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) cargos from the spot market. Pakistan LNG Limited (PLL) has invited bids from internation al suppliers for the delivery of ten cargoes for next months of July, August and September. PLL has invited bids for the supply of two LNG Cargoes in July, five for the month of August and three for the months of September have been invited. The July tenders are for the supply windows of 25-26 and 30-31 July, the August Supplies are for 4-5,10-11, 15-16, 20-21 and 30-31 August. Similarly, the September deliveries are 9-10,14-15 and 19-20 September. The final data of submission of bids is July 7, 2022. It is worth to mention here that Pakistan LNG Limited (PLL) had last week scrapped the LNG spot purchase bid of $39.8/mmbtu it received for the month of July. Pakistan LNG Ltd (PLL) had received poor response from suppliers and against tenders of four liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes in July, the state owned company has got only single bid at $39.80/mmbtu. Earlier, PLL had procured two LNG cargoes for the month of May at $29.6700/mmbtu and $24.1500/mmbtu. Starting from July, Pakistan will receive one additional LNG cargo from its new long term contract with Qatar. Currently Pakistan has two long term contracts for LNG supply with Qatar and procuring seven cargoes from both government to government agreements every month.