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28 Jul, 2015 Petrol Prices in Pakistan- Oil price drops over Iran market fears, as sanctions on the country with the fourth-largest reserves are set to be lifted, there are concerns it will saturate the market. US crude oil slipped below $50 a barrel , touching the lowest level since April, as a persistent supply glut and expectations for higher interest rates from the Federal Reserve before the end of the year, kept West Texas Intermediate on track for its biggest monthly slide in 2015. The international market of oil prices has been decrease after deal between Iran and West, now WTI Crude Oil US$47.39 per barrel change ▼-0.75 -1.58% and 1 year forecast of Crude Oil by is US$54 per barrel, while Brent Crude Oil US$53.47 per barrel change ▼-1.15 -2.15% for global trade. Hence, now it is expected that the petroleum prices in Pakistan would also decrease for the 0f month of August 2015. The petroleum products prices are revised on every month by the Government (Ministry of Finance) and petroleum prices are suggested by the OGRA (Oil & Regularity Authority of Pakistan) on every end of the month to decide new petroleum products prices for the next month and on wards. The main objective of this information page is to keep inform all visitors for the current and fresh petroleum products prices in Pakistan. Petroleum products monthly price revisions are proposed by the OGRA (Oil & Regularity Authority of Pakistan) to Ministry of Petroleum. General public of Pakistan can find updates prices of premium XL / petrol prices, Green XL / HSD (high speed diesel) prices, LSD (light speed diesel) prices, SKO (Kerosene oil) prices, E-10 Gasoline and HOBC (Hi-octane Blending compound) prices on Read more
Product Retail Price
HOBC      Rs. 83.8 /Ltr
Premium   Rs. 77.79 /Ltr
High Speed Diesel     Rs. 87.11 /Ltr
Light Speed Diesel   Rs. 61.51 /Ltr
Kerosene Oil Rs. 64.94 /Ltr

28 Jul, 2015 Petrol Price in Karachi - Find latest monthly revision / updated petroleum products prices in Pakistan on OGRA (Oil & Gas Regulatory Authority) of Pakistan proposed a new petroleum products prices to Ministry of Petroleum of Pakistan on every end of the month, and then ministry of petroleum & natural resources decides it new revision prices for the next month. The proposed fuel prices by OGRA are based on international market of Oil & gas and its current position of up and down. Find premium XL / petrol prices, Green XL / HSD (high speed diesel prices, LSD (light speed diesel) prices, SKO (Kerosene oil) prices, E-10 Gasoline and HOBC (Hi-octane Blending compound) prices. Petroleum prices are causes major impact on Pakistan's economy and it is directly effects on general public.

 Petroleum Prices Archive
Date HOBC Premium HS Diesel LS Diesel Kerosene
Jul 01, 2015 Rs.83.8/Ltr Rs.77.79/Ltr Rs.87.11/Ltr Rs.61.51/Ltr Rs.64.94/Ltr
Jun 01, 2015 Rs.83.8/Ltr Rs.77.79/Ltr Rs.87.12/Ltr Rs.61.51/Ltr Rs.64.94/Ltr
Apr 01, 2015 Rs.80.18/Ltr Rs.74.29/Ltr Rs.83.61/Ltr Rs.57.94/Ltr Rs.61.44/Ltr
Jan 31, 2015 Rs.80.18/Ltr Rs.70.29/Ltr Rs.80.61/Ltr Rs.57.94/Ltr Rs.61.44/Ltr
Jan 01, 2015 Rs.92/Ltr Rs.78.28/Ltr Rs.86.23/Ltr Rs.67.5/Ltr Rs.71.92/Ltr
Dec 01, 2014 Rs.106.27/Ltr Rs.84.53/Ltr Rs.94.09/Ltr Rs.77.98/Ltr Rs.83.18/Ltr
Nov 01, 2014 Rs.116.45/Ltr Rs.94.19/Ltr Rs.101.21/Ltr Rs.83.42/Ltr Rs.87.52/Ltr
Oct 01, 2014 Rs.131.13/Ltr Rs.103.62/Ltr Rs.107.39/Ltr Rs.91.46/Ltr Rs.95.6/Ltr
Sep 01, 2014 Rs.129.64/Ltr Rs.106.56/Ltr Rs.108.34/Ltr Rs.92.08/Ltr Rs.97.05/Ltr
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Israr Saeed Khan Tue 28 Jul, 2015

Oil hits 4-month low on China stocks tumble, supply worries Now WTI Crude Oil $47.39▼-0.75 -1.58% Brent Crude Oil $53.47 ▼-1.15 -2.15% Please decrease petroleum prices in Pakistan as well.
Noshaad Barqi Tue 28 Jul, 2015

Petrol price may cut by Rs.3.44 from next month. Prices of petroleum goods are expected to be reduced in the country due to price fluctuations in the international market. According to sources, Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) in its initial report has forecast reduction in domestic fuel prices. According to the initial report, petrol prices are likely to be reduced by Rs3.44 per liter, HOBC by Rs5.60 per liter, diesel by Rs2.78 a liter and kerosene oil by Rs2.10 a liter. OGRA would soon send a complete summary to the federal government in this regard.
Umer Danish Mon 27 Jul, 2015

A new petrol price formula to be announced within two days following a government decision to lift fuel subsidies is not ready yet and estimates published by the media are mere speculation, the CEO of Adnoc was quoted on Sunday as saying. Abdullah Al Dahiri said the new price system for August would be announced on schedule on Tuesday after a decision by the Energy Ministry to deregulate prices following heavy government subsidies over the past decades. “What has been circulated in some publications and websites are mere speculations. The price formula is not ready yet and no one can be sure about the new price to be announced on July 28 because daily oil prices have not been announced by the market yet,” he told the Sharjah-based Arabic language daily ‘Al Khaleej’. He said the new price system would take into consideration operation costs and profit margins by the petrol suppliers in the UAE, a major Opec oil producer which controls nearly 100 billion barrels of extractable crude deposits. Dahiri said analysis published recently by some TV news channels are not “accurate”, adding that all publications should be careful in spreading such news. “These reports and analyses could trigger market confusion which we do not need.”
Ahsan Shakeel Mon 27 Jul, 2015

Black gold: Pakistan should dig deeper after sanction lift on Iran. Former managing director of Pakistan Petroleum Limited (PPL) Asim Murtaza Khan says it is imperative for Pakistan to explore opportunities to develop petroleum reserves in foreign lands for country’s energy security. As oil majors including the drilling and service providers renew efforts to get a foothold in Iran, officials here also want government to see prospects for Pakistani companies. Investors from around the world are eyeing opportunities in Tehran since it reached an agreement with world powers over its nuclear programme. While there has been excitement in Pakistan, nothing substantial seems to be on the horizon beyond the transnational Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline.
Aamir Liaqat Fri 24 Jul, 2015

US crude oil slipped below $50 a barrel , touching the lowest level since April, as a persistent supply glut and expectations for higher interest rates from the Federal Reserve before the end of the year, kept West Texas Intermediate on track for its biggest monthly slide in 2015.
Sanober Tariq Wed 22 Jul, 2015

Domestic prices of various petroleum products are likely to be cut from next month taking cue from considerable reduction in the international markets. The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) in its initial report has forecast reduction in domestic fuel prices. According to the initial report, petrol prices are likely to be reduced by Rs. 3.44 per liter, HOBC by Rs. 5.60 per liter, diesel by Rs. 2.78 a liter and kerosene oil by Rs. 2.10 a liter.
Ahmed Noman Wed 22 Jul, 2015

A New Stream of Oil for Iran, but Not Right Away, The nuclear agreement with Iran opens the way for a flood of new oil eventually to pour onto world markets, setting up a potential windfall for energy giants. But it will take a year or more before Iran can increase production significantly, delaying any impact on oil prices. “It’s not just a matter of turning on the taps again,” said Andrew Slaughter, executive director of the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions. “They will need some investments and technology.”
Malik Mehmoob Wed 15 Jul, 2015

The oil market experienced turbulence on Tuesday after Iran and global powers reached an historic deal that would remove sanctions in exchange for curbs on Tehran's nuclear program. Sanctions have long restricted Iran's oil production and exports, and the country is eager to regain its status as a global energy power. Crude prices initially fell by as much as 2.3% to $50.98 a barrel as investors reacted to the freshly-inked deal. However, oil bounced off those levels as investors weighed the details of the agreement and whether or not it will overcome deep skepticism in Congress. By the end of the day, oil settled 1.6% higher at $53.04 a barrel. Still, experts have warned that the deal could lead to a flood of new oil supply from Iran -- the country has 30 million of barrels of crude in storage and ready for sale, according to FACTS Global Energy, an industry consultancy.
Malik Ahsaan Wed 15 Jul, 2015

US oil settles down 1.3%, at $51.65 a barrel; lowest since April. Oil prices closed at their lowest level in nearly three months on Wednesday as data showed an unexpected build in U.S. crude oil and product stocks. U.S. oil prices closed down 68 cents, or 1.30 percent, at $51.56 a barrel. That was its lowest settlement since April 10. Brent futures quickly reversed gains made earlier in the day on expectations of a decline in U.S. inventories and the failure so far of Iranian nuclear talks to produce a deal. While most expected the U.S. Energy Information Administration's (EIA) weekly report to show a decline in crude oil and gasoline stocks, both rose, along with distillates. Brent crude was flat to higher around $57.40 a barrel.
Emily Ballard Thu 09 Jul, 2015

OPEC Still Holds All The Cards In Oil Price Game. Traders were busy throwing in the towel on oil futures this week just as the first solid data and hope appeared that oil prices may be starting on the long road to recovery. As oil prices approached $52 per barrel on Tuesday, July 7, the EIA released the July Short-term Energy Outlook (STEO) that showed an increase in global demand.
Joe John Thu 09 Jul, 2015

70 rupees is acceptable price becoz many people poor man in Pakistan then 70 above not affordable
Muzammil Qadir Tue 07 Jul, 2015

Up until December 2012, Naeem Yahya Mir had a relatively uneventful tenure as managing director of Pakistan State Oil (PSO) – a company that faces political interference on even trivial matters such as posting of a junior executive. But that month he took a step that would pit him up against a powerful lobby. PSO announced it will use tankers of Pakistan National Shipping Corporation (PNSC) to import petrol from UAE, Kuwait and Singapore. The state-run shipper was already transporting PSO’s furnace oil cargos since October that year. “Suddenly, we came under a lot of pressure from different quarters,” recalls Mir, who was forced to quit six months later. “Phone calls were rained on to me. There are just a handful of traders in oil import business and they could see what was happening.” Being the largest petroleum supplier, PSO accounts for most of the deficit products that Pakistan imports. Between July 2014 and May 2015, around 8.5 million tons of furnace oil and petrol has been imported.
Laeeque Ahmed Khan Mon 29 Jun, 2015

Prices of all the petroleum products except high speed diesel are expected to increase from July 1, 2015, reported Dunya News. According to sources, prices of all the petroleum prices are expected to increase. Petrol price is going to increase by Rs. 3.06 per liter whereas the price of high octane is expected to increase by Rs. 4.31 per liter. Kerosene’s price is going to increase by 1 rupee and that of light diesel is expected to rise by Rs. 1.11 per liter. However, high speed diesel’s price is expected to decrease by Rs. 2.21 per liter. Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) is going to send the summary of new prices to Ministry of Petroleum at the end of this year and Finance Ministry will give the final approval of the new prices.
Monis Farooq Mon 29 Jun, 2015

When petrol and diesel prices will be down in Pakistan? All the items are expensive after Budget FY 2015 -16
Younus Khan Sat 13 Jun, 2015

Dear government what happened with you, before budget you increased petrol prices, and in budget for financial year 2015-16 just implement and imposed lots of tax, or just tax?
Junaid Panwala Wed 10 Jun, 2015

Ziaurhman oil buyer in Pakistan and Afghanistan
ziaurhman Fri 22 May, 2015

rat kam ho ga to pakistan taraqi kary ga
malikbilal Tue 19 May, 2015

It is simple economics - reduce the prices and demand will rise. That is what has happened in the case of fuel consumption in Pakistan when the impact of fall in international price was passed on to the consumers. From January-April 15, the sale of Mogas (petrol) has increased by 36 percent year-on-year. The average price of Mogas during the period was down by 34 percent year-on-year. In case of HSD, the consumption during 4MCY15 increased by 28 percent year-on-year, as the average prices reduced by 29 percent in the same period. Its a windfall for OMC marketing companies and dealers as their margins are fixed in rupees per liter sales. More they sell, higher is the profit. Not all of the increase in sales is due to sheer increase in demand at lower prices though. Part of is attributed to substitution from CNG to Petrol/diesel as the price gap between the fuels has narrowed down significantly to induce people to opt for easily accessible petrol in case of private vehicles and diesel for the use of public transport. The data of CNG is not readily available to show exact numbers. The substitution is good. BR research is a staunch opponent of using CNG as a transportation fuel especially in case of private vehicles. The premise is simple - the country is facing severe shortage of gas and the scarce indigenous resource must be used judiciously. This column has long argued for the use of pricing tool to set the priorities right. However, what happened in the past few years was exactly the opposite. The price distortions were in favour of vehicle users, incentivizing them to switch on the readily available cheaper alternate fuel that is the CNG. In June 2014, CNG prices were 46 percent of petrol equivalent while the government levied some tax to marginally reduce the discount to 50 percent in July 14. The gap was more than enough for marginal consumer to install a CNG kit and wait in the long CNG queues. Today, the CNG discount to petrol is shushed to 27 percent. Make no mistake as it is still lucrative for some to consume CNG but for others, the price of long queues and potential damage to vehicles is higher than the price differential. In absence of CNG consumption numbers, substitution hypothesis cannot be validated. The higher consumption led to unprecedented petrol crises in up-north in the winters. And now the government is ensuring higher imports, but in the process, import bill might keep on increasing to nullify the impact of drop in oil prices. The government realized that fully passing on the impact of fuel prices down to consumers could be counterproductive in January when it increased the GST from 17 percent to 22 percent on Mogas and HSD. One reason for the bold step was that the Dharna had ended and the government was facing the wrath of people due to acute shortage in North. But the government was unable to reverse the price cycle once it had passed the impact to consumers and is now trying to manage the price at current levels. In April, although international oil prices increased but the government decided against increasing retail prices and slashed the sales tax to earlier levels. Pakistan would do well to make the most of the opportunity provided by lower oil prices. Yes, the consumers deserve relief, but economic realities too deserve a look.
Ghulam Saeed Thu 07 May, 2015

Just the difference of 0.70 in the price buying and selling price of american dollar, I want to sale a hundred dollar in pakistani rupees.
Ahmed Shakeel Mon 27 Apr, 2015

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