30 Jun, 2015
CNG Price in Pakistan - According to the reliable sources, The Ministry of Petroleum and Gas has decided to raise prices of natural gas from July 1st 2015. Gas prices may go up after the gas infrastructure bill was approved. The gas prices are likely to scale up by 53 % for industrial consumers, 18 % for commercial consumers and 64 % for fertilizers factories. The source said that the price of CNG is also likely to rise by 25 % after the bill was approved.
CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) prices are remain unchanged in Pakistan for the month of June 2015. According to the OGRA (Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority), CNG Prices in
Region-1 is Rs. 76.35 per kg (Region-1: Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, Baluchistan,
Potohar region; Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Gujar Khan) and CNG prices in Region-2 is
71.5 per kg (Region-2: Sindh and Punjab excluding Potohar region).
CNG Schedule in Karachi - Sui Southern Gas Company Limited (SSGC) has been issued a weekly CNG stations shutdown schedule for Karachi - Sindh province. CNG stations will be closed for 24 hours only each day from
29 June Monday at 8:00 a.m Morning. Again CNG stations will be closed on Wednesday 1st July
and on Friday 3rd July respectively.
CNG prices are according to the OGRA and CNG stations weekly schedule for Karachi-Sindh is according to the Sui Southern Gas Company Limited, moreover users can find CNG load management schedule for Lahore Punjab according to the Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited on our Facebook page.
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. CNG weekly
closure schedules or emergency closure are informed by the Sui northern and
southern gas companies for different cities and sectors including CNG stations,
production companies residential etc in Pakistan. For CNG weekly closure
schedules or emergency shutdown of CNG please visit Facebook of PakBiz. CNG is
one abundant using in Pakistan, massively CNG consumes in domestic level, and in
different passenger vehicle (Road Transport), and then industries are also using
CNG for various productions. Read more