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 CNG Prices in Pakistan
02 Sep, 2015

CNG Prices in Pakistan - For the CNG consumers of Sindh and Punjab the commodity price has been reduced by Rs 4 per kg from Rs 71.50 per kg to Rs 67.50 per kg; and for the consumers of Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Rawalpindi region it has been decrease by Rs 0.53 per kg from Rs 76.35 per kg to Rs 75.82 per kg. However, the new price will not apply to CNG stations using imported Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG).

CNG Stations Closure Schedule in Karachi - Sui Southern Gas Company Limited (SSGC) has been issued a weekly CNG stations closure schedule for Karachi, according to SSGC the CNG stations in Karachi will be closed for 24 hours only each day from 31 August on Monday at 8:00 a.m Morning, and again CNG stations will be closed on Wednesday 02 September and on Friday 04 September respectively.

Gas Supply Closure For Industrial & Captive Power - Sindh - Supply of a gas to all industrial & captive power customer in Sindh will remain closed according to the following schedule: Gas shut down only for 24 hours and will begins from Sunday 30 August at 7.00 a.m morning and resumptions of operations on Monday 31 August at 7.00 a.m

CNG Stations Closure Schedule in Lahore - RLNG supply to CNG sector in Punjab will be restored w.e.f 20:00 Hrs on August 30, 2015 and will continue till further orders.

Gas Supply Schedule For General Industry - Punjab - Zone # 1 (Lahore, Sahiwal and Sheikhupura) Gas supply shall be restored from 1st September (6 a.m) to 3rd September (6 a.m). For Zone # 2 (Faisalabad, Sargodha, Bahwalpur, Multan, Gujranwala, Gujrat, Islamabad & Rawalpindi). Gas supply shall be restored from 4th September (6 a.m) to 6th September (6 a.m).

The following table of CNG prices in Pakistan shows the CNG prices of region 1 and region 2. The monthly revision of CNG prices are proposed by OGRA to the ministry of finance of Pakistan.

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Product Retail Price
CNG Region-I
(Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, Baluchistan, Potohar region; Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Gujar Khan)

     Rs. 75.82 /Kg
CNG Region-II
(Sindh and Punjab excluding Potohar region)

  Rs. 67.5 /Kg


CNG Price in Pakistan - CNG prices are updated every month by OGRA-Oil & Gas Regulatory Authority of Pakistan. CNG prices are causes major impact on Pakistan's economy and it is directly effects on general public. The CNG prices are a huge concern for millions of people in Pakistan as the major chunk of vehicles use gas to be driven on the roads. The compressed natural gas is used throughout the country in the major traffics because it provides better cost average than gasoline and diesel. It is also cheaper in price than that of gasoline and diesel fuels.

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Gas prices for cement sectors in Pakistan - The gas price for cement sector has been increased by 1 percent from Rs 743 to Rs 750 per mmbtu; CNG Rs 600 to Rs 700 per mmbtu (16.7 percent); commercial Rs 637 to Rs 700 per mmbtu (9.9 percent); general industry Rs 488 to Rs 600 per mmbtu (23 percent); captive power from Rs 573 to Rs 600 per mmbtu (4.8 percent). The government increased gas price for fertiliser sector (feed stock for new plants) from Rs 68 to Rs 72 per mmbtu (5.9 percent); and (feed stock for old plants) Rs 123 to Rs 200 per mmbtu (38.5 percent). The price of gas as fuel has been increased by 23 percent from Rs 488 to Rs 600 per mmbtu.
Anam Shahzad Tue 01 Sep, 2015

For multi consumers of gas, new gas prices are; "The increase in consumers' gas price by 38.5 percent will help recover Rs 70 billion to meet a revenue shortfall of gas utilities Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) and Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGCL)," Khaqan added. However, the two gas utilities had sought an increase of 45 percent in consumers' gas prices. The price for first slab domestic consumers using up to 100 units per month has been increased by 3.8 percent from Rs 106 to Rs 110 per Million British Thermal Unit (Mmbtu).The gas price for domestic consumers falling in second slab using 100-200 units has been hiked by 3.8 from Rs 212 to Rs 220 per mmbtu and those in third slab using above 300 units raised by 13 percent from Rs 531 to Rs 600 per mmbtu.
Shabana Tauheed Tue 01 Sep, 2015

New CNG prices in Pakistan 1st September, 2015 - The regulator, Ogra, also notified a reduction in CNG prices following a cut in petroleum products' prices. For the CNG consumers of Sindh and Punjab the commodity price has been reduced by Rs 4 per kg from Rs 71.50 per kg to Rs 67.50 per kg; and for the consumers of Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Rawalpindi region it has been decrease by Rs 0.53 per kg from Rs 76.35 per kg to Rs 75.82 per kg. However, the new price will not apply to CNG stations using imported Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG).
Tauseef Hyder Tue 01 Sep, 2015

The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) on Monday announced an increase of up to 38.5 percent in gas prices for consumers effective from September 1 (today). Addressing a press conference, Federal Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and Information Minister Pervaiz Rasheed said the government did not pass the full impact of international oil price decline to end consumers with a view to bridging a revenue shortfall amounting to Rs 60 billion.
Tasleem Sohail Tue 01 Sep, 2015

Qatargas to assess Pakistan preparedness before signing long-term LNG deal. Amid hiccups in the finalisation of financial arrangements for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) imports, a management delegation of Qatargas (QG) is expected to visit Islamabad next week for assessment of on-ground situation before committing a long-term deal. The finalisation of LNG supply chain has become all the more important given the fast approaching winter when domestic gas supplies would be facing extreme shortages because of surge in consumption levels in the residential sector. Senior government officials told Dawn on Monday that a senior management team of the QG has volunteered a visit to Islamabad starting Aug 26. They have some other clients in waiting and want to have a fair assessment of Islamabad’s preparedness for a long-term deal, he said. Pakistan, he said, had so far been unable to complete condition precedent for a long-term contract for import of LNG for 15 years.
Mahwish Tabani Mon 24 Aug, 2015

What govt. is doing for energy development in Pakistan? Any one know, in which we are taking LNG from Qatar? I believe no body knows it... CNG prices should also be reduced, along with oil prices.
Shabbir Ahmed Thu 20 Aug, 2015

CNG CONSUMERS OF 3 PROVINCES BEAR ILLEGAL CHARGES SANS OFFICIAL ACTION. Govt’s inaction adds upto Rs6 per kg additional burden on consumers; Rs4.37b collected from masses illegally in 2.5 months; OGRA seeks PM’s advice for further action. Islamabad—Consumers of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) in many areas of Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhawa (KP) and Balochistan are currently being forced to bear an additional charge of upto Rs 6 per kilogram, while Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has so far kept mum on this fleecing of cheap fuel’s consumers. Documents available with Pakistan Observer disclosed that CNG consumers are continuously being charged with Rs6/kg illegally by CNG pumps in the province of Sindh, while they are additionally charged with Rs3.50/kg in Balochistan and KP provinces. OGRA is however conspicuously silent on the issue, despite passing of two and half months, on the issuing of notification of Gas Infrastructure Development Cess Act, while around Rs 4.37b has already been collected from the CNG consumers during last two and half months in the country. Sources in the ministry of petroleum and natural resources told that earlier Senate of Pakistan had approved and issued notification of Gas Infrastructure Development Cess (GIDC) Act, on May 23. Under this act, surcharge for KP and Balochistan has been set at Rs 263.44 per Million British Thermal Unit (MMBTU) after a cut of Rs 36.44/mmbtu, while it was fixed at Rs200/mmbtu after a reduction of Rs100/mmbtu for Sindh and Punjab. Also, per unit price of electricity has witnessed significant decrease during the last nine months under monthly fuel price adjustment mechanism in the country. As per formula, the OGRA is supposed to pass on relief to the CNG consumers in case of reduction in power prices, they added. A senior official at petroleum ministry on condition of anonymity said:” It is the responsibility of OGRA to issue new price notification following a cut in gas surcharge and power price.” “Unfortunately, OGRA has so far kept silent on the matter of cut in CNG price despite the fact that CNG association wrote letters to the authority, asking to review the CNG price,” he added. Sources in oil and gas sector told this scribe that an influential official working at the Prime Minister’s House has pressurized OGRA and ordered the authority not to issue the notification of new price of CNG. He also said that around Rs 4.37b has been collected from the CNG consumers during last two and half months. A senior official at OGRA said that notification of new price of CNG will be issued in near future as the authority has sought an advice from the Prime Minister in this regard because increase and decrease of tax or cess etc in the price of commodity fall under the purview of government instead of OGRA. It is worth mentioning here that CNG is one of the most used resources to fuel vehicles in Pakistan. This has affected the pricing factor of CNG in the country. OGRA updates the price of CNG for Region-I & II. Region-I covers Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, Balochistan, Potohar region (Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Gujjar Khan). Region-II covers entire Sindh and Punjab, excluding Potohar region. At present, CNG price for Region-I stands at Rs 76.35 per kilogram and Rs71.5/kg for for Region-II. The prices of CNG directly affects millions of people country-wide, and economy as a whole.
Noman Irfan Wed 19 Aug, 2015

Qatargas to assess Pakistan preparedness before signing long-term LNG deal. Amid hiccups in the finalisation of financial arrangements for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) imports, a management delegation of Qatargas (QG) is expected to visit Islamabad next week for assessment of on-ground situation before committing a long-term deal. The finalisation of LNG supply chain has become all the more important given the fast approaching winter when domestic gas supplies would be facing extreme shortages because of surge in consumption levels in the residential sector. Senior government officials told Dawn on Monday that a senior management team of the QG has volunteered a visit to Islamabad starting Aug 26. They have some other clients in waiting and want to have a fair assessment of Islamabad’s preparedness for a long-term deal, he said. Pakistan, he said, had so far been unable to complete condition precedent for a long-term contract for import of LNG for 15 years. “The situation is complex on ground,” he said, adding that the basic requirement for opening of standby letter of credit (SBLC) to enable LNG import. Secondly, the two regulators — Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority and National Electric Power Regulatory Authority — have not yet finalised prices for sale of LNG and resultant power purchase price.
M.A Hashim Wed 19 Aug, 2015

CNG stations in Sindh will remain closed for three days per week, a spokesman for the Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) said. According to the spokesman the CNG stations will remain closed on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The stations will be shut from 8:00AM in the morning on the above mentioned days for 24 hours.
Fahim Ghafoor Mon 17 Aug, 2015

Fuel talks: Gas connections only on merit and by the rules. Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Wednesday informed the National Assembly that the ministry had not installed a single gas meter in violation of merit and rules. “Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) only provides legal connections as per turn and merit criteria of the company,” he said. He said it was the hallmark of the present government that it was religiously following the policy of merit under which new gas connections for domestic consumers were being given without any discrimination. “As per the policy, it takes around six months to process an application for a domestic connection. For an urgent connection the fee is Rs25,000 and the meter is installed after a three-month period,” he explained. Replying to another question, Abbasi said, “New gas connections and gas projects for localities are two different things.”
Noman Pasha Thu 13 Aug, 2015

CNG CONSUMERS OF 3 PROVINCES BEAR ILLEGAL CHARGES SANS OFFICIAL ACTION. Govt’s inaction adds upto Rs6 per kg additional burden on consumers; Rs4.37b collected from masses illegally in 2.5 months; OGRA seeks PM’s advice for further action. Consumers of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) in many areas of Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhawa (KP) and Balochistan are currently being forced to bear an additional charge of upto Rs 6 per kilogram, while Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has so far kept mum on this fleecing of cheap fuel’s consumers. Documents available with Pakistan Observer disclosed that CNG consumers are continuously being charged with Rs6/kg illegally by CNG pumps in the province of Sindh, while they are additionally charged with Rs3.50/kg in Balochistan and KP provinces. OGRA is however conspicuously silent on the issue, despite passing of two and half months, on the issuing of notification of Gas Infrastructure Development Cess Act, while around Rs 4.37b has already been collected from the CNG consumers during last two and half months in the country. Sources in the ministry of petroleum and natural resources told that earlier Senate of Pakistan had approved and issued notification of Gas Infrastructure Development Cess (GIDC) Act, on May 23. Under this act, surcharge for KP and Balochistan has been set at Rs 263.44 per Million British Thermal Unit (MMBTU) after a cut of Rs 36.44/mmbtu, while it was fixed at Rs200/mmbtu after a reduction of Rs100/mmbtu for Sindh and Punjab. Also, per unit price of electricity has witnessed significant decrease during the last nine months under monthly fuel price adjustment mechanism in the country. As per formula, the OGRA is supposed to pass on relief to the CNG consumers in case of reduction in power prices, they added.
Ali Sultan Thu 13 Aug, 2015

Gas supply to Punjab CNG stations to be restored today Published on 07 Aug, 2015 , by Geo TV LAHORE: The Sui Northeren Gas Pipelines have decided to restore gas supply to CNG sector in Punjab that was closed on July 30. According to a spokesman for the SNGPL, gas supply to all the CNG stations would be restored today (Friday) at 6:00 pm. He said the supply would continue until the next order is issued.
Fahim Abid Mon 10 Aug, 2015

The source said that currently around Rs 29 billion was overdue against Sui Southern Gas Company Ltd for the supply of the LNG by the PSO and the power producers are not ready to make the payment as they want the government to pay for them. “You cannot provide LNG free of cost to the power sector companies with a hallmark of mismanagement and corruption,” the source said. It is pertinent to mention here that earlier in July this year, Pakistan State Oil (PSO) had asked the government to arrange the payment of Rs 42 billion, overdue to power sector, immediately and warned that in case of none payment the oil supply chain may break down. The source said that besides the non-payment issue another issue is the price of LNG which according to the IPPs is expensive than oil. The source said that currently LNG stock of eight days available and even if the government sector or IPPs refused to buy the gas there is huge private sector, ready to purchase the commodity.
Rauf Majeed Fri 07 Aug, 2015

SNGPL asked to provide RLNG only to bill-paying sectors. The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural resources has asked the Sui Northern Gas Pipeline Limited (SNGPL) to provide RLNG to only those sectors which are paying their bills, as there is no reason to provide free gas to any sector. A high level meeting held at the ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources (MP&NR) here decided that since the Independent Power Producers (IPPs) are not ready to pay their bills so there is no reason to supply them free LNG and instead provide gas to those sectors which are regular in their payments, an official sources told The Nation here Wednesday. The meeting was presided over by the Federal Minister for Petroleum and Natural resources and attended by the representatives of SNGPL, PSO and senior officials of the MP&NR. Last week, the SNGPL had suspended the RLNG supply to the CNG sector, in Punjab zone, and kept supplying gas to IPPs and fertilizers sector. The minister asked the SNGPL that there is no logic to suspend the gas supply to the CNG sector, in Punjab, as they are paying their bills on time and continue to those who are not ready to pay their bills. He directed the SNGPL to continue supply of RLNG to the fertilizer and CNG stations as they are paying their bills on time. The supply of RLNG to CNG station is most likely start from today (Thursday), source maintained.
Umair Anjum Fri 07 Aug, 2015

Since the price of crude oil started to tumble in June 2014, almost $80 has been wiped off the cost of a barrel of oil from the peak to the trough of oil market indices. As a barrel of oil represents 42 gallons, that price fall works out at about $1.60 per gallon. However, the pump price of a gallon of gasoline only decreased by $1.20. Why? Although gas companies passed some of the early falls in the price of fuel to their customers, they exploited the rise in the price of crude oil in February to increase pump prices again. In fact gas prices rose back in March above their mid-December levels, even though the price of a barrel of crude on the Brent index was $8 cheaper, at a rate of five times the rate at which crude oil prices were rising. The price of crude then took a downward turn after that date, while the pump price of gasoline and diesel continued to rise. The highest historical average pump price for gasoline this century occurred in July 2008, when the price hit $4.06 per gallon. The peak in 2014, occurred in June of that year, at $3.69. Pump prices fell along with the fall in crude oil prices, bottoming out in January 2015 at a price of $2.11 per gallon for gasoline. Brent peaked at $62 in February 2015 and the average US pump price for gasoline rose to $2.21 per gallon. However, as the Brent crude index fell back in March, the pump price continued to rise. By May 2015 it had reached $2.71 per gallon, while the Brent crude recovered a little to $65 per barrel. The pump price of gasoline has risen with the price of crude during 2015, but did not fall with the intervening dips in the Brent crude index during the year
Imran ul Haq Tue 04 Aug, 2015

PC asks govt to ink LNG import deal before CNG sector deregulation. The Planning Commission has asked the government to ink LNG import agreement before embarking the CNG sector deregulation and its consumer pricing, free from the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority’s (OGRA) regulation, it is learnt reliably here. The Planning Commission has asked the government that the CNG stations are being converted from the local gas to RLNG, therefore it is necessary to produce complete plan of LNG availability before embarking on the deregulation of the CNG sector and its consumer pricing, sources told The Nation here on Sunday. The government had earlier moved a summary in this regard seeking views of the OGRA and Planning Commission on the deregulation of CNG sector. After receiving comments, from OGRA and Planning Commission, now the summary was forwarded for the approval of the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC), the source maintained.
Junaid Salim Mon 03 Aug, 2015

Warning signal: Existing infrastructure may not sustain gas imports. Pakistan may not be able to import gas from Iran despite a nuclear deal between Tehran and Washington that has renewed hopes for improved economic ties between the neighbouring countries, a business leader said on Monday. “Iran has completed its part of the pipeline for transporting 750 million cubic feet of gas per day (mmcfd) and Pakistan has also started work on laying the pipeline over 880 km. However, it has not considered upgrading the gas distribution network,” said Ghiyas Abdullah Paracha, central leader of the All Pakistan CNG Association.
Nabeel Paracha Fri 31 Jul, 2015

Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) supply has been suspended to various cities of Punjab including Islamabad for two days, Dunya News reported on Tuesday. As per details, the suspension was made due to non-clearance of LNG cargo at Karachi seaport. On the other hand, Chairman of All Pakistan CNG Association urged the government to clear the cargo as early as possible to avoid further delay in CNG supply.
Kamal Inayat Wed 29 Jul, 2015

The RLNG supply, to CNG stations, is once again marred by a snag as the Port Qasim Authority has delayed the issuance of clearance to vessel carrying the LNG, and gas supply to the gas stations across Punjab has been brought to a grinding halt. The LNG carrying vessel Magnum Spirit carrying LNG arrived at outer anchorage of Port Qasim on July 27 but due to technical hurdles created by the mismanagement of the Port Qasim Authority and Pakistan State Oil did not get its clearance hitherto, it is learnt reliably here. Earlier, it was the PSO issue of money with the IPPs, which forced the CNG stations to remain closed for about 16 days and now the issue of mismanagement at Port Qasim has once again caused the closure of the CNG stations across Punjab and Islamabad for next couple of days, said an office bearer of the All Pakistan CNG Association (APCNGA). The PSO is government organisation and is facing mismanagement problems otherwise no private vessel is facing such delays on the port, said an office bearer of the CNG association. The Port Qasim Authority is charging million dollars per LNG vessel, which is the highest in the world, and even then the PSO cannot capitalise on such a big amount and its shipment is facing a delay, he said. The PSO could have received the clearness in advance as they were well aware about the arrival of their shipment.
Iftekhar Naeem Wed 29 Jul, 2015

Punjab to face CNG supply suspension for two days. Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) supply has been suspended to various cities of Punjab including Islamabad for two days. As per details, the suspension was made due to non-clearance of LNG cargo at Karachi seaport. On the other hand, Chairman of All Pakistan CNG Association urged the government to clear the cargo as early as possible to avoid further delay in CNG supply.
Najeeb Riyaz Wed 29 Jul, 2015

        
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