Pakistan International Bulk Terminal Limited (PIBTL) has received NOC from Sindh Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) for working on setting up LPG handling facility at Port Qasim as part of its expansion plan. The company has planned LPG handling facility with local business partner which will make investment in LPG storage facility and PIBTL will invest in infrastructure required for LPG handling. As, the majority of Pakistan coal imports are handled by PIBTL as part of CPEC. To fully integrate the terminal as per plan, Pakistan Railways has recently started worked on plan for constructing a rail track to facilitate coal transportation at PIBT. Under PC-1 (form), Pakistan Railways has prepared to lay down 6-kilometer track from PIBT to Juma Goth junction to carry out the exercise of transportation of coal to the designated destination. Thus, it would earn a significant amount of revenue from coal transportation as seen in case of Sahiwal jetty at which 4 million tons of imported coal has been transported from PQA to Sahiwal through railway and on which Pakistan Railways has earned more than Rs12 billion.