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    30 Kva Gas Generator Price In Pakistan

  • Loadshedding ignites generator sales in Karachi

    But the latest row between K-Electric and its main fuel supplier, the Sui Southern Gas Company Ltd (SSGC), has reignited the generator market all over again...

    Prices for the imported generator sets have surged by almost 30 per cent in some cases, receiving a triple boost from a sudden spike in demand and a simultaneous devaluation of the rupee, as well as a 10pc imposition of regulatory duties on imports...

  • Generator sales decline amid improving power supply

    KARACHI: The demand for power generators remained depressed this season owing to steep price hike on account of rupee devaluation and improvement in electricity supply across the country, said dealers of power machines...

    Also the frequent rise in petrol, diesel and gas prices has made it infeasible for many to rely on these machines for electricity, they added...

  • Sindh to block gas to Pakistan if SSGC does not finalise gas provision agreement: CM Shah

    Sindh Chief Minister Murad Shah in the Sindh Assembly on Thursday threatened to restrict the province's gas supply to the rest of the country if an agreement with the Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) for provision of gas to the province is not finalised by the weekend...

    Shah, elaborating the details of the agreement, which seeks the provision of an additional 20 million cubic feet of gas per day to the province, said Sindh requires...

  • PSO, gas companies seek 28pc hike in RLNG price

    ISLAMABAD: Backed by the petroleum ministry, the three government-owned energy companies have sought a cumulative 28 per cent increase in the price of imported regasified liquefied natural gas (RLNG) approved by the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) early this month...

    The Pakistan State Oil (PSO), the Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) and Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) have written to the regulator that the RLNG price...

  • Dismantling of Mari gas wellhead price agreement

    THE year 2014-15 marked a big ‘milestone’ for one of the largest gas production companies in the country, Mari Petroleum...

    Nadeem Ahmed, Mari Petroleum’s (MPCL) CEO, says the year has been of significance as it marked the end of the restrictive Mari gas wellhead price agreement (GPA)...

  • Govt urged to cut gas price for industrial consumers

    KARACHI: The All Pakis­tan Textile Mills Association (Aptma) has urged the government to rationalise gas tariff for the industrial sector to protect its viability...

    Aptma (Sindh-Balochis­tan) Chairman Imran Maq­bool said that other gas-producing countries of the re­­gion were providing their in­­dustrial consumers with gas at cheapest rates available...

  • Oil, gas companies seek 32pc increase in RLNG price

    ISLAMABAD: With the petroleum ministry’s support, three state-run oil and gas companies have sought a cumulative 32...

    3 per cent increase in the price of regasified liquefied natural gas (RLNG) to improve their profits even on system losses without fresh investments...

  • Letter from Mumbai: Gas-fired power plants revived as LNG price falls

    THE sharp drop in the international price of liquefied natural gas has led to the revival of several gas-fired power plants in India...

    After the energy major went bankrupt, Indian lenders (including State Bank of India, ICICI Bank, Canara Bank and IDBI Bank) and public sector power firms (including the National Thermal Power Corporation, Gas Authority of India and Maharashtra State Electricity Board) acquired control of the...

  • APTPMA slams hike in gas price, surcharges

    FAISALABAD: All Pakistan Textile Processing Mills Association (APTPMA) said on Thursday that the recent increase in gas prices and imposition of financial surcharges will land the textile sector in trouble...

    Addressing a press conference, APTPMA Regional Chairman Khalid Habib said that the value-added sector was already facing financial crisis owing to energy shortages and the government further hit the sector by increasing gas...

  • Govt ponders over ways to sustain gas price freeze

    ISLAMABAD: Amid continuing consultations on ways to avoid gas price hike, the government on Tuesday decided to provide at least 358 million cubic feet per day (mmcfd) of natural gas to the industrial sector in winter without affecting residential consumers in Punjab...

    In a meeting, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and Petroleum Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi exchanged views on at least three proposals that could ensure no increase in gas...

  • Industrialists in Sindh flay reversal of gas price cut

    KARACHI: The Sindh-based industry has objected to the reversal of the government’s earlier decision to cut the gas price for the industrial sector from Rs600 per million British thermal units (mmBtu) to Rs400 per mmBtu...

    Earlier, the federal government had decided to reduce gas tariffs for the industry across the country by 33 per cent to Rs400 per mmBtu...

  • Exporters decry gas price disparity

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Textile Exporters Association (PTEA) on Saturday expressed grave concerns over the disparity in industrial gas prices within the country and slammed the discrimination faced by Punjab-based textile industry...

    In a statement, PTEA Chairman Ajmal Farooq said recent reduction of Rs200 per mmBtu in industrial gas prices would make things difficult for Punjab-based textile industry which is already functioning on...

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