Jamshoro Power Station is a thermal power plant fuelled by natural gas and fuel oil located near Sindh. It is operated by the Jamshoro Power Company. It consists of one 250 MW unit and three 200 MW units. In February 2014, the Asian Development Bank agreed
to loan $900 million to the government of Pakistan for a project to install 600MW supercritical coal-fired power plant at Jamshoro. The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) approves $220 million for Jamshoro Coal Power generation project. The Asian Development Bank has already approved $900m for the project, whereas $380m will be contributed by the government to meet the overall estimated project cost of $1.5 billion. The 600MW supercritical coal-fired power generation plant, using an 80/20 blend of imported sub-bituminous coal and domestic lignite when available, will be in accordance with international and national environmental standards.