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OGRA issues news gas prices

OGRA issues news gas prices

OGRA issues news gas prices

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  • The price increased for protected consumers of gas.
  • The fixed charges for protected consumers also increased.
  • The price of gas for export industries fixed at Rs.2100.
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ISLAMABAD: The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has issued a notification for the hike in gas prices for domestic, commercial, and industrial sectors.

According to OGRA, the price has not been increased for protected consumers of gas between 25 and 90 cubic meters per month, however, the fixed charges for protected consumers have been increased from Rs.10 to Rs.400.

The notification said that the price of gas for non-protected domestic consumers has been increased by more than 172 percent, while the price of 25 cubic meters of gas per month has been increased from Rs.200 to Rs.300 per MMBTU.

According to OGRA’s notification, the price of 60 cubic meters of gas per month has been increased from Rs 300 to Rs 600 per MMBTU, and the price of 100 cubic meters of gas per month has been increased from Rs 400 to Rs 1000 per MMBTU.

The notification states that the price of 150 cubic meters of gas per month has been increased from Rs 600 to Rs 1200 per MMBTU, while the price of 200 cubic meters of gas per month has been increased from Rs 800 to Rs 1600 per MMBTU.

According to OGRA’s notification, the price of 300 cubic meters of gas per month has been increased from Rs 1100 to Rs 3000 per MMBTU and the price of 400 cubic meters of gas per month has been increased from Rs 2000 to Rs 3500 per MMBTU.

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The price of 400 cubic meters of gas per month has been increased from Rs 3100 to Rs 4000 per MMBTU.

According to the notification of OGRA, the gas price for ovens has been maintained at Rs 600 per MMBTU for Tandoor and the gas price for power plants has also been maintained at Rs 1050 per MMBTU.

The notification states that the price of gas for the cement sector has been fixed at Rs 4400 per MMBTU and for the CNG sector the price of gas has been fixed at Rs 3600 per MMBTU.

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Apart from this, the price of gas for export industries has been fixed at Rs.2100 per MMBTU and for non-export industries at Rs.2200 per MMBTU.

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