The arrival of ships at an LNG terminal at Port Qasim, the second largest port in the country, has dropped by 50 per cent.
Port sources said that the LNG terminal at Port Qasim has witnessed a significant reduction of 330 million cubic feet per day.
According to port sources, the supply of LNG has been low for the past four days.
Port sources said ship arrivals are expected to be 50 percent lower by January.
Port sources also said that the next ship will arrive at the gas port terminal on November 25 this month.