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28 Nov, 2015 Petrol Prices in Pakistan - OPEC Issues Another Warning of a Future Oil-Price Spike. OPEC made its position abundantly clear -- it won't reduce its output to artificially increase oil prices unless it's joined by other oil-producing nations. That's because it wants to maintain, if not increase, its control of the oil market. And it's willing to suffer through the short-term consequences of weak prices to be in the position to capture the long-term gain it sees up ahead. Currently the international market of oil prices are WTI Crude Oil US$40.39 per barrel change ▼-0.15 and in percent ▲-0.37% and 1 year forecast of Crude Oil by is US$46 per barrel, while Brent Crude Oil US$44.66 per barrel with change ▲+0.48 and in percent ▲+1.07% for global trade. 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. 79.79 /Ltr
Premium   Rs. 76.26 /Ltr
High Speed Diesel     Rs. 83.79 /Ltr
Light Speed Diesel   Rs. 53.59 /Ltr
Kerosene Oil Rs. 57.11 /Ltr

28 Nov, 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
Nov 02, 2015 Rs.79.79/Ltr Rs.76.26/Ltr Rs.83.79/Ltr Rs.53.59/Ltr Rs.57.11/Ltr
Sep 01, 2015 Rs.79.79/Ltr Rs.73.76/Ltr Rs.82.04/Ltr Rs.53.59/Ltr Rs.57.11/Ltr
Aug 01, 2015 Rs.82.78/Ltr Rs.76.76/Ltr Rs.85.05/Ltr Rs.56.59/Ltr Rs.60.11/Ltr
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
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R khattak Fri 20 Nov, 2015

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mara Yar Sat 14 Nov, 2015

Oil is unlikely to return to $80 a barrel before the end of the next decade, despite unprecedented declines in investment, as yearly demand growth struggles to top 1 million barrels per day, the International Energy Agency said on Tuesday. In its World Energy Outlook, the IEA said it anticipates demand growth under its central scenario will rise annually by some 900,000 barrels per day to 2020, gradually reaching demand of 103.5 million bpd by 2040. The drop in oil to around $50 a barrel this year LCOc1 has triggered steep cutbacks in production of U.S. shale oil, one of the major contributors to the oversupply that has stripped 50 percent off the price in the last 12 months. "Our expectation is to see prices gradually rising to $80 around 2020," Fatih Birol, the executive director of the IEA, told Reuters ahead of the release of the report. "We estimate this year investments in oil will decline more than 20 percent. But, perhaps even more importantly, this decline will continue next year as well."
Fajar Tue 10 Nov, 2015

Oil prices rebounded in Asia Tuesday, buoyed by bargain hunting ahead of the release of US government data that will gauge crude demand in the world´s biggest economy. Analysts expect the data to be released Wednesday by the US Energy Department to show that commercial crude stockpiles rose in the week to October 30 which typically means weaker demand in the world´s top oil consuming nation. Despite occasional rallies, oil remains generally bogged down by a global crude supply glut that has outpaced demand and depressed prices for more than a year. "Expectations of more US stockpiles restrained oil bulls," said Bernard Aw, market strategist at IG Markets in Singapore.
Rasheed Tue 03 Nov, 2015

While global oil prices remain relatively steady and the rupee depreciates against the dollar, petrol consumers are likely to face an increase of Rs5.28 per liter from November 1. Govt likely to raise petroleum prices In a summary moved to the petroleum and finance ministries on Thursday, the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) suggested raising the price of petrol by Rs5.28 per liter, high speed diesel (HSD) by Rs3.34 per liter, high octane blending component (HOBC) by Rs5.73 per liter, kerosene oil by Rs3.89 per liter and light diesel oil (LDO) by Rs2.70 per liter.
Irshad Arif Sat 31 Oct, 2015

if gas/petrol/diesel price will stepdown , econemy will be stepup
mara yar Fri 30 Oct, 2015

The ‘taxing’ government of Pakistan has made up its mind to burn a hole in the pockets of motorists especially bikers from November 1, 2015, Samaa reported. “The Oil & Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has proposed a backbreaking increase in the prices of various petroleum and oil products despite the fact the prices of crude oil have fallen worldwide,” sources told Samaa. Samaa has learnt that, petrol, the fuel of the masses, is likely to go dearer by Rs5.35/litre, diesel by Rs2.43/litre, light diesel by Rs3.63/litre, kerosene oil by Rs3.17/litre, and high octane blending component (HOBC) will most probably see a mighty jump of Rs6.10/litre. This hike, if officialized, would be due primarily to a hike in the general sales tax (GST), the government sources said adding Pakistani rupee’s depreciation against the US dollar would also be one of the reasons for it.
Saleem Nawaz Thu 29 Oct, 2015

Government is expected to ratchet up the prices of petroleum products by some notches with effect from November 1, sources told Geo News on Wednesday. According to sources, Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) is in the process of finalizing a summary in which it is going to propose a raise in the prices of all the petroleum products to coincide with the beginning of new month - November. It is expected that the prices of petrol will be hiked by Rs5.35 per ltir; High Speed Deisel by Rs2.43; High Octane Blending Component (HOBC) by Rs6.10 and; kerosene oil by Rs3.17 a litre.
Hammad Waseem Thu 29 Oct, 2015

OGRA responds to PTI's letter concerning petroleum prices. Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has on Thursday responded to the letter of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) concerning petroleum prices. The letter says that government is charging around 18 to 34 rupees per liter on petroleum products, reported Dunya News. According to details, PTI had written to OGRA seeking details of the import prices of the petroleum products and the details of taxes on them. The letter by OGRA in response says that the government receives custom duty from the consumers. It says that the government receives Rs. 3.75 per liter of diesel and Rs. 0.89 per liter of petrol as custom duties. OGRA’s letter says that the import price of petrol is Rs. 39.94 per liter while the price in the market is Rs. 73.76 per liter. Similarly, diesel’s import price is Rs. 40.54 and government has set the price at Rs. 84.04 per liter. The letter also says that kerosene’s import price is Rs. 38.43 but government is charging the price at Rs. 57.14 per liter.
Saleem Dawood Wed 28 Oct, 2015

Oil Prices Higher Thanks to Weak Dollar. Oversupply worries continue to linger on the market. Crude-oil prices started the week in the black on Monday, supported by the weak U.S. dollar, but oversupply worries continued to linger on the market. Brent crude, the global oil benchmark, rose 0.5% to $48.22 a barrel on London’s ICE Futures exchange. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, West Texas Intermediate futures were trading up 0.6% at $44.88 a barrel.
Faraz Hamdani Mon 26 Oct, 2015

Govt charging Rs18-34 on POL products per litre : OGRA. Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has responded to the letter of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) concerning petroleum prices. The letter says that government is charging around 18 to 34 rupees per liter on petroleum products. According to details, PTI had written to OGRA seeking details of the import prices of the petroleum products and the details of taxes on them. The letter by OGRA in response says that the government receives custom duty from the consumers. It says that the government receives Rs. 3.75 per liter of diesel and Rs. 0.89 per liter of petrol as custom duties. OGRA’s letter says that the import price of petrol is Rs 39.94 per liter while the price in the market is Rs. 73.76 per liter. Similarly, diesel’s import price is Rs. 40.54 and government has set the price at Rs. 84.04 per liter. The letter also says that kerosene’s import price is Rs. 38.43 but government is charging the price at Rs. 57.14 per liter.
Sultan Ghayas Mon 26 Oct, 2015

Oil up 5 percent; market eyes less U.S. output, Saudi-Russia talks. Crude prices jumped about 5 percent on Tuesday after No. 1 oil consumer the United States cut global output forecasts and Russia, Saudi Arabia and other big producers signaled joint action to support the market. Brent, the global benchmark for crude, was up $2.50, or 5 percent, at $51.75 a barrel by 11:28 a.m. EDT (1528 GMT). OPEC Secretary-General Abdullah al-Badri at a conference in London that OPEC and non-OPEC members should work together to reduce the global supply glut. Iran's crude oil sales were on track to hit 7-month lows as its main Asian customers bought less than before, countering expectations that Iranian oil supplies will surge once nuclear-related sanctions against Tehran are lifted.
Azeem Ahmed Wed 07 Oct, 2015

Saudi Aramco Cuts Crude Pricing to Asia, U.S. Amid Weak Demand. Saudi Arabia cut pricing for November oil sales to Asia and the U.S. as the world’s largest crude exporter seeks to keep its barrels competitive with rival suppliers amid sluggish demand. Saudi Arabian Oil Co. reduced its official selling price for Medium grade crude to Asia next month to a discount of $3.20 a barrel below the regional benchmark, compared with a $1.30 discount for October sales, the company said Sunday in an e-mailed statement. The discount for the Medium grade to Asia, the main market for Saudi crude, widened by the most since the state-owned company made a $2 a barrel cut in February 2012, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Ayyub Idress Mon 05 Oct, 2015

Oil rises as Syria fighting intensifies; U.S. hurricane worries fade. Crude prices rose on Friday as fighting in Syria intensified, but remained on course to end the week largely unchanged as a hurricane was seen as less likely to affect U.S. oil facilities. Hurricane Joaquin, which on Thursday had prompted fears of storm damage to U.S. East Coast oil installations, was downgraded and is now seen as less likely to pose a major threat, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said. Still, U.S. crude CLc1 was 85 cents higher at $45.59 barrel by 0200 EDT, after settling 35 cents lower in the previous session. U.S. gasoline futures RBc1 first rallied then slipped on Thursday to end a volatile session flat at $1.3668 a gallon. Global benchmark Brent LCOc1 was 67 cents higher at $48.36 a barrel. The contract had closed the previous session down 68 cents.
Ghufran Noman Sat 03 Oct, 2015

‎Petrol‬ and ‪‎diesel‬ ‪‎prices‬ to remain unchanged for October, 2015. Finance Minister Ishaq Dar said on Wednesday that the prices of all petroleum products would remain unchanged for the next month (October). Addressing a news conference in Islamabad this evening, he said that the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) had recommended a nominal decrease of 15 paisa in the price of petrol and an increase or decrease of Rs 2.51 to Rs 2.99 in prices of other products. Dar said after consultations with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif over telephone in New York, it has been decided to keep the prices of POL products unchanged. The minister went on to say that the last date for filing of Income Tax Returns has been extended till October 31. He added that the concessional rate of withholding tax on banking transactions for non-filers would also remain applicable for another month at the demand of traders.
Suleman Shahaan Thu 01 Oct, 2015

Petrol, diesel prices likely to be slashed from October 01. Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has moved summary to the ministry of petroleum for changes in the petroleum product prices from October 01, Geo TV reported on Tuesday. Sources said, the regulatory body has recommended Rs0.10 per litre cut in the petrol price and Rs2 per litre in diesel, HOBC and kerosene oil prices.
Mahboob Mahmood Wed 30 Sep, 2015

PTI Chairman Imran Khan called the reduction in petroleum prices by the federal government as a cruel joke on the nation. He said the reduction was insufficient and unacceptable. “It is also a well-established fact that such IMF-dictated policies are a major source of social instability and unrest in developing countries,". Khan asked how can a 45% GST on diesel be justified by a government which had promised to reduce the 16 % GST it inherited from the previous Zardari government?
Fayyaz Pona Mon 21 Sep, 2015

International oil prices: Who benefits from low oil prices. Lower fuel prices are great for the consumer, but we know that not all of the cost saving of lower crude oil and gas prices have been passed on to the general public. Oil and gas refiners prosper from lower oil prices. Like the rest of the oil industry, refiners' revenues are down, but their profit margins are up significantly. Refiners are using lower crude prices to widen their cut of the pump price of oil. In other words, the lower price of oil is not entirely passed down to consumers at the pump, instead the difference is enabling refiners to increase their profits.
Andrew John Tue 08 Sep, 2015

Residents, transporters and traders have welcomed further reduction in fuel prices announced by the government and termed it a direction toward prosperity.Talking to APP on Tuesday, they said that other petroleum goods prices would also decrease. Nabeela Aslam, a housewife, said three rupees cut in fuel items is a good signal. However, it would be complete and meaningful only when its impact was visible on essential commodities,she added. Jafar Nauman,an industrialist said, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz led government is looking committed to facilitate people in meaningful manner but the concern authorities should also help the government to implement new prices.Absar Aleem, Waseem dar, Tahir Naeem and some other businessmen said "The government has reduced petroleum prices keeping in view the inflation rate, while the sit-ins and protests are causing huge loss to the national economy,".They said the government is looking to pursue the agenda of providing relief to the people, and does not want to indulge in the `politics of accusations' being practiced by other parties. Usman Talha, Tanveer Butt, Shakeel Malik and other traders said that the country is moving towards economic stability due to the steps taken by the government, but the sit-ins had hindered the development process.
Nabeela Aslam Wed 02 Sep, 2015

A strike called by the Oil Tanker Owner's Association has caused a severe shortage of petrol in Karachi, Quetta and several parts of the country. The shortage comes as the government notified a decrease of Rs 3 per litre in the prices of petrol and diesel from Tuesday. Chairman Petroleum and CNG Association Shabir Sulemanji said earlier today that 30 percent of fuel stations in Karachi have run out of petrol and diesel due to the strike, expressing hope that situation would improve by Wednesday. But Geo News correspondent Ali Imran said that by now petrol was available on only about 20 to 25 percent pumping stations – those too most likely on the outskirts of Karachi. He said that there were also reports of fuel stations illegally selling petrol in black at exorbitant rates of up to Rs100 per litre. Read more: Prices of petrol, diesel slashed by Rs3 per litre Some parts of Sindh and Punjab have also begun to feel the effect of the shortage, with fears that the shortage may spiral out of control. The strike by the Oil Tanker Owner's Association, called to protest against sales tax imposed on transportation of oil, is being seen as the main reason for the shortage which is causing great difficulty for consumers. Experts and observers say the effects of the shortage are exacerbated by pumping stations not keeping enough stock and consumers waiting for prices to go down to refill their fuel tanks.
Saira Fareed Wed 02 Sep, 2015

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