OGRA recommends increase of petrol prices by Rs5.40/litre for month of July

ISLAMABAD: According to Newsone, the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) on Saturday recommended the interim government to raise the already increased price of petrol by Rs5.40 per litre, diesel by Rs6.20 per litre and kerosene oil by Rs12 per litre for the month of July 2018.


Moreover, the regulatory authority today forwarded a summary  Ministry of Petroleum Division proposing the aforementioned revision in prices of petroleum products, sources said. If the caretaker government accepts OGRA’s recommendation, then petrol prices would go up from the existing Rs91.96 per litre to Rs97.36 per litre.

However, the caretaker government on June 11 had increased petrol prices by Rs4.260 per litre, diesel by Rs6.55/litre and kerosene by 4.46/litre for the period June 12 till midnight of June 30, 2018.


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