On one hand, the prices of petroleum products have been reduced and on the other hand, the prices of LPG have been increased across Pakistan.
According to details, the government increased LPG price by Rs10 per kg while OGRA has also issued notification of LPG price for November.
Domestic cylinders have been priced at Rs114 and commercial cylinders at Rs439, while LPG domestic cylinders have been increased from Rs1416 to Rs1530.
After the increase in LPG prices, the commercial cylinder of LPG increased from Rs5449 to Rs5888.
The LPG price has been increased from Rs120,024 per metric tonne to Rs129,690 across the country.
The current prices of kerosene and light diesel oil will remain the same, as per the notification issued by the Ministry of Finance. According to the new prices of petroleum products, the new price of petrol has been fixed at Rs102.40 per liter.
It is pertinent to mention here that the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) today recommended up to a Rs 2 decrease in petrol prices for the month of November.
OGRA has sent a summary of the reduction in prices of petroleum products to the government.
According to the summary, the OGRA has recommended a Rs 1.50 cut in the per liter price of petrol and Rs2 in the price of high-speed diesel (HSD). The finance ministry will announce new fuel prices for November after Prime Minister Imran Khan’s approval.