Ogra notifies reduction in LPG prices: ISLAMABAD: Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) has alerted decrease in prices of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) for the month of May.
According to an alert provided by the Ogra, the LPG rate was lowered by Rs12.38 per kilo, with 11.8 kilograms of home cyndrical tubes experiencing a decrease in price by Rs146.19.
The brand-new costs for the LPG would enter into result from Might 2021.
The new rate of the home cylinder stands at Rs1572.40 as compared to its rate of Rs 1718.59 in April.
The decrease in LPG costs came after the Oil and also Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) has actually forwarded a summary to the Petroleum Department seeking upward alteration of gas rates for the next fifteen days beginning May 1 (Saturday).
Resources said the regulatory authority has actually advised an Rs5.75 increase in per litre rate of petrol while an Rs6 increase because of diesel.
The Ogra recommended the increase in the rates of gasoline as well as diesel on the basis of the present oil levy. The present levy on gasoline is Rs11.23 while that on diesel Rs15.29.
The brand-new costs of oil products are most likely to be revealed later today following the authorization of Head of state Imran Khan.