A good 75 percent of Pakistan's energy crisis is attributed to poor governance. If good governance is provided on a sustain¬able basis, the crisis will be diluted to manageable levels in a short period. The dichotomy of the present crisis at one end point to prudent macro economics management mechanism and remedial analysis focusing on government policy, expenditures and tariff issues for rectification at the other it needs a review through the critical lens of good governance focusing on accountability and transparency of the natural gas sector that failed on the whole. Transparency and accountability are key to 'good governance’ transparency in itself is expected to empower efforts to change the behavior of powerful institutions by holding them accountable. More broadly, the twin principles of transparency and accountability are rudiments for achieving national goals through good governance practices.