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Qasba Gujrat

Qasba Gujrat (Urdu: قصبه گُجرات‎) is a small town in District Muzaffargarh, Punjab, Pakistan. The coordinates of Qasba Gujrat are 30°15'3"N 71°29'12"E.The city is usually crowded with oil tankers due to the presence of Pak-Arab Refinery.A WAPDA electricity grid and a PSO oil depot are also currently working in Qasba Gujrat. Wheat, cotton and sugar cane, mangoes, citrus, guavas, and pomegranates are grown in this area.This town is considered as the center of Pakistan and the campuses regarding to any department are called as mid-country campuses. Many multinational projects are being launched in this area by Hascol Petroleum Limited, Attock Petroleum Limited etc. A Tarcoal Plant is recently established in this area. The Lal Pir Power Company Limited, was incorporated in 1994, location in Mehmood Kot, District Muzaffargarh, Punjab, Pakistan. Lal Pir Power Plant produces 362 MW of electricity.

Pak-Arab Refinery (PARCO) is an oil refinery located in Qasba Gujrat and is largest refinery of Pakistan.A Urea Plant is being installed by Pak-Arab Refinery.

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  • Pak-Arab Refinery Limited

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