ELECTRIC power production, DEMAND (Economic theory), PIPELINES, and ELECTRICITY
The article discusses the power generation level of Pakistan. It states that the power generation is about 20, 000 megawatts (MW) and demands 15, 000 MW, but can only produce 10, 000 MW that has caused the closures of industry. It notes that water shortages is the main reason for the lack of generated MW. It also mentions that the U.S. advised Pakistan to drop its Iran-Pakistan-India (IPI) gas pipeline.
ELECTRICITY, ELECTRIC power distribution, ECONOMIC development, and INDUSTRIAL productivity
The article focuses on the effects of the poor supply of electricity on the micro economy of Nigeria. The country has a poor electricity supply. A large population in the rural areas have no access to electricity while the remaining receive an erratic supply from the National Electric Power Authority. The shortfall in electric power supply hinders economic development as it hinders continuous industrial production. It also leads to increase in production cost and higher prices of goods and services.
PUBLIC debts -- Law & legislation, PUBLIC finance, GROSS domestic product, CORPORATE profits, and ELECTRICITY
The article provides information on the Act to Reduce the Debt and Establish the Generations Fund in Quebec. Reduction of the debt to less than 25 percent of the gross domestic product not later than March 31, 2007 is the initial objective of the government. Sums obtained from royalties on hydraulic power, profits made by Hydro-Québec on the sale of electricity outside the region and other sources.