Petrol Price in Pakistan: Oil & Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) on Friday submitted a summary to the Petroleum Division recommending that the petroleum products should be decreased from June 1st.
As per details, the regulatory authority has forwarded a summary to the Petroleum Division suggesting a cut of at least Rs 7 per litre. The summary also recommended increasing the price of diesel by 5 paisas.
OGRA has recommended reducing the price of Kerosene oil by 11 Rs 88 paisas per litre. The Ministry for Finance will consider the recommendations of the Ogra on today (Saturday).
The new prices will be implemented from June 1st 2020.
Petrol Price In Pakistan
The (OGRA) Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority is the authority to regulate the operations of petroleum products and gas. It also regulates Petrol Prices in Pakistan. Petroleum Prices in Pakistan are changed on a monthly basis due to the change in rate in the international market.
Petrol Rate in Pakistan depends on various factors which include; economic conditions, global transformation in oil and gas, political instability and etc.
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