United Energy, which paid BP $775 million for oil and gas assets in Pakistan in 2010, said it plans to construct the wind farm in several phases. It did not disclose the targeted total capacity for the project or provide a timeframe.
The company had already obtained approval from the Pakistan government to construct a wind power project with a capacity of 500 megawatts.
Pakistan, which suffers chronic shortages of electricity, is offering clean energy producers higher rates for renewable power as it seeks to boost production, while diversifying energy supply away from oil and gas.
The major suppliers of wind power equipment in China are Sinovel and Xinjiang Goldwind Science and Technology. Shares of United Energy closed flat in Hong Kong on Wednesday, against a 1.9 per cent drop in the benchmark Hang Seng Index.