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26 Mar, 2017 CNG Prices in Pakistan - Compressed natural gas (CNG) prices have been increased by up to Rs3.5 per kg across Sindh, the first hike following the government’s decision to deregulate the country’s CNG market. CNG prices in Karachi as well as in the rest of Sindh have now climbed to Rs70-71 per kg following a hike of Rs2.5-3.5 per kg. They criticised the government decision to deregulate the CNG prices, leaving the users at the mercy of the CNG companies. Earlier this month, Ministry of Petroleum had issued a notice stating that CNG prices were now free from the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority’s (Ogra) regulation. The deregulation allowed CNG station owners to set their own prices. Read more
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. 71 /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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Want to know about schedule of cng station in punjab
Hamdan Mon 27 Feb, 2017

The Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations in Punjab open on Monday after a shutdown of 18 days. To reduce the demand-supply gap of CNG, the stations were closed for 18 days. According to CNG association, for the first time in seven years the gas loadshedding has been conducted for only two and a half week instead of prolonged months. The association has said that due to the government’s decision of importing LNG, an obvious improvement is happening in the gas’s demand-supply.–NNI As compared to petrol, gas is cheaper while the opening of CNG stations will hopefully provide ultimate relief to the public.
Tahir Tue 31 Jan, 2017

After CNG price hike why CNG stations are shutdown in karachi on 22.01.2017
MAHBOOB UR REHMAN Sun 22 Jan, 2017

Some CNG Stations open during CNG Close days.
kamran hafeez Mon 16 Jan, 2017

Compressed natural gas (CNG) prices have been increased by up to Rs3.5 per kg across Sindh, the first hike following the government’s decision to deregulate the country’s CNG market. CNG prices in Karachi as well as in the rest of Sindh have now climbed to Rs70-71 per kg following a hike of Rs2.5-3.5 per kg, motorists said. They criticised the government decision to deregulate the CNG prices, leaving the users at the mercy of the CNG companies. Earlier this month, Ministry of Petroleum had issued a notice stating that CNG prices were now free from the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority’s (Ogra) regulation. The deregulation allowed CNG station owners to set their own prices.
Hamid Fri 30 Dec, 2016

Tell me lng price in Punjab in liters if chance increase price&close cng a station in moasmey sarma
Moughees ahmed Mon 07 Nov, 2016

Weekly CNG stations schedule for Karachi - Sindh Region, Why some CNG stations are closed on that days when gas supply is proper and others are open? Also few CNG stations are selling gas at liter, others are in KG???
Maaz Wed 17 Aug, 2016

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan are main gas and petrol producer. Why the CNG is costly then punjab and sind.
Aman Khan Fri 06 May, 2016

When CNG prices will down in Pakistan? LNG is coming, still CNG at high point, we need CNG more and low price as well.
Tahir Thu 24 Mar, 2016

The CNG sector is mulling to import LNG in private capacity after the government failed to ensure continues supply to the sector, it is learnt reliably here Tuesday. The government has offered the CNG sector to import LNG independently and now the CNG sector is weighing various options for the import of LNG, a source privy to the development told The Nation. Out the total 3,495 CNG stations in Pakistan 2,400 were located in Punjab zone but after intensification of gas crisis, in November 2014, gas supply to CNG stations of Punjab was suspended but after eight months suspension the supply was partially restored in early June this year under new policy. According to new rule Re-Liquefied Natural Gas (RLNG) will be provided to those CNG stations that furnish additional deposits of Rs 1.2 million. About 800-900 stations out of the total 2400 stations located in Punjab region were reopened after making a total additional deposit of Rs one billion.
Tanveer Mon 07 Dec, 2015

The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) on Saturday opposed the proposal for hike in high gas tariff and called for shelving any such plan that may hamper industrial activities. LCCI President Sheikh Muhammad Arshad said that at the moment when industrial sector was coping with the challenge of energy deficit and increase in gas tariff would add to its problems. He said that the dream of economic growth could not come true without ensuring availability of cheap energy to the manufacturing sector and government should withdraw any decision to raise gas tariff immediately. “Trade and industry is already in trouble because of delay in refund claims, high cost of doing business and withholding tax, thus increase in gas tariff will add their miseries,” the LCCI president said. He said that the high gas tariff would jack-up the cost of doing business manifold and oust the export-oriented industries from the international export market where Pakistani products already facing hard competition. He said that even minor raise in the cost of production at this critical juncture would oust Pakistani merchandise from international export market and subsequently deprive the national exchequer of much-needed valuable foreign exchange to the tune of billions of dollars.
Qureshi Mon 16 Nov, 2015

The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) on Tuesday increased system losses in gas tariff to over 7 per cent from 4.5pc for two utilities, involving an additional revenue impact of around Rs67 billion. The decision to increase recovery of system losses through tariff was conveyed to the government in four separate but simultaneous determinations issued by Ogra for final revenue requirement for fiscal years 2012-13 and 2013-14. In a policy departure, however, the determinations were kept away from the public eye against its customary placement on the Ogra website. Also read: Gas tariff increased by up to 67pc Ogra had not been able to approve revenue requirements for the two companies for the third year running now because of its non-completion of quorum. Effectively, the four determinations together vindicated the position of former Ogra Chairman Tauqir Sadiq who had allowed 7pc system losses in revenue and was booked under corruption cases on the orders of the Supreme Court. The difference this time, however, is that the regulator has increased the UFG benchmark after approval of the Economic Coordination Committee of the Cabinet (ECC) because of continuously increasing gas losses, now slated at 11-15pc for two gas companies. The decisions would negatively impact the GDS payments to provinces for 2012-13 and increase gas tariffs with effect from January 2015 for all consumers. According to determinations seen by Dawn, the regulator approved unaccounted for gas (UFG) to SNGPL for recovery from consumers at 4.5pc for 2012-13. This benchmark was not allowed to go up because of restraining court orders issued in case of SNGPL.
Tahir Wed 11 Nov, 2015

Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Shahid Khaqan Abbasi expressed on Friday support for the CNG sector and said the oil and gas regulator had been “unfair to them”. He was speaking at a meeting of a special Senate committee tasked with monitoring the implementation of the Gas Infrastructure Development Cess (GIDC) Bill 2015. The meeting chaired by Senator Iqbal Zafar Jhagra was briefed by representatives of various sectors, including the CNG, fertiliser and other industries, on their reservations over the GIDC bill. The committee was informed by representatives of the CNG sector that gas prices were frozen by the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) in November 2012 but the costs have gone up significantly since then.
Umair Tue 10 Nov, 2015

CNG stations in Karachi and across Sindh province will remain closed for three-days in the coming week.A news channel quoting a Sui Southern Gas spokesman on Sunday reported that the CNG stations would remain closed on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.The closure will be for 24 hours each day and will commence at 8:00 AM.
Saleem Anjum Mon 09 Nov, 2015

PWE criticises SNGPL for raising gas tariff to 47%. The Pakistan Economy Watch (PEW) on Friday criticised SNGPL for its effort to get gas tariff increased by 47 percent and asked OGRA to turn down the application. SNGPL is least concerned about plight of masses and the business community and all it want is increased profit to please influential shareholders, said Dr Murtaza Mughal, President PEW. OGRA should turn down the request as upward revision in price in the winter will hurt masses and bring down the industrial units using gas due to increased cost of doing business.
Shuja Mehar Mon 26 Oct, 2015

Petroleum and Natural Resources Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has labelled as corrupt the political leaders that criticise the liquefied natural gas (LNG) project and said he received big offers from the oil mafia for giving up gas import. Pakistan State Oil (PSO) has imported LNG at $7.5 to $7.7 per million British thermal units (mmbtu) whereas Japan has purchased LNG at $8 per mmbtu. Abbasi revealed that suppliers had quoted LNG at 11.2% to 17% of Brent crude price, but the gas was imported at a price below the 14% benchmark set by the government. “According to Nepra’s tariff, the electricity generated through LNG was cheaper by Rs6.5 per unit compared to that produced by diesel.”
Mushtaq Rao Mon 21 Sep, 2015

Karachi is the only urban centre of the world that has no bus stop culture. This unique city in fact has no public transport policy. Its buses are not painted in official public transport colour. Their drivers wear no uniform. Their commuters are not issued bus tickets after charging fare from them. These buses run on cheap CNG but charge fare on the basis of diesel use. In this city taxis and rickshaws do not have any meters and they charge fare at their sweet will. This is the only city of the world where commuters also travel on the rooftops of minibuses. In this city, government officials – including traffic cops – are easily bribed as there is lack of government writ in this metropolis.
Rafay Ali Mon 14 Sep, 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.
Rafia Farooq Tue 08 Sep, 2015

CNG sector and Gas price: Hike in gas prices will devastate CNG industry: Chairman APCNGA. the Ogra and Ministry of Petroleum avoided rationalisation of CNG price mechanism for three years while the recent announcement regarding prices is illegal. Shuja Anwar said that Ogra is empowered to announce CNG prices twice a year on January 01 and July 01, therefore the notification of new prices stands illegitimate. He said that agents of oil sector are serving in the gas companies who have engineered the gas crisis which has taken economy as hostage. SNGPL would frequently announce changed prices of RLNG for CNG sector in Punjab which is illegal and against the norms of transparency.
Fawwad Ali Tue 08 Sep, 2015

Where is Sindh Govt. ??? A very common issue of Karachites, Green Bus service encounters issues in Karachi due to CNG halt. Green Bus service from Surjani to Merewether Tower is reported facing issues due to compressed natural gas’s (CNG) supply halt in the Sindh metropolitan. Buses are leaving terminals with delay due to the issue. The provincial government had announced start of the service from today to ease local travelers after ban on illegal qingqis was imposed. At least 16 green buses will move on Sarjani-Tower route. Sindh local government minister Syed Nasir Hussain said that new bus projects would soon be launched in Karachi. The perception that the government does not consider Karachi its part is totally false, he added. Hussain said that another 20 green buses would be included in service after repairs.
Syed Azam Aziz Tue 08 Sep, 2015

         
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