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    Lng Vs Cng Price In Pakistan

  • ‘LNG import to revive CNG sector’

    ISLAMABAD: All Pakistan Compressed Natural Gas Association (APCNGA) on Sunday expressed confidence that the government’s recent deal to import Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) from Qatar would help revive the CNG sector, which was bearing the brunt of prevailing energy crisis in the country...

    Pinning high hopes with the LNG import agreement and the government’s sincere efforts to overpower the energy shortage, APCNGA Chairman Ghiyas...

  • CNG price may be reduced by Rs25 in Sindh

    ISLAMABAD: The price of CNG is likely to drop by Rs25 in Sindh from next month as dealers claim to have reached an agreement with the petroleum ministry to sell re-gasified LNG, instead of natural gas, to the CNG sector...

    The dealers said Petroleum Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi had granted the same concessions that had been allowed in Punjab to the CNG sector in Sindh...

  • Dealers demand cut in CNG price

    LAHORE: Producers are bound to reduce prices of natural gas if crude price falls below $40 per barrel as per an agreement with the government, the All Pakistan CNG Association (APCNGA) said on Wednesday...

    This warrants an immediate reduction in price of natural gas, he said...

  • Govt to increase CNG price next month

    ISLAMABAD: With new price determination of natural gas, the Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) rates would also be increased next month, the sub-committee of Senate Standing Committee on Cabinet Secretariat was informed on Thursday...

    Chairman of the sub-committee, Senator Shahi Syed noted that the GST on CNG was increased from 17 per cent to 34pc...

  • Petrol price cut by Rs8; Punjab gets relief on CNG as well

    ISLAMABAD: The government reduced on Monday prices of petroleum products and compressed natural gas (CNG) by up to 12 per cent for March to partially pass on to consumers the benefit of cheaper oil imports...

    A brief official statement said the prime minister had accepted recommendations of the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) to slash the prices of petrol, high speed diesel (HSD), high octane blending component (HOBC) and...

  • CNG price raised to Rs81.70

    KARACHI: Station owners have increased the price of compressed natural gas (CNG by Rs1...

    The government had deregulated CNG price in December 2016 which at that time was available at Rs67...

  • Increase in gas cost fuels CNG price hike fears

    KARACHI: Stakeholders representing various associations have forecast Rs18-25 per kilo rise in compressed natural gas (CNG) price in the wake of an increase in gas prices by the government...

    Consumers were already facing a burden of paying high CNG price following deregulation of CNG price in December 2016 when the price was Rs67...

  • CNG price likely to be increased by Rs22 per kilo

    KARACHI: The price of compressed natural gas (CNG) is likely to be increased by Rs22 per kilogram following the 40 per cent hike in the gas tariff, it emerged on Saturday...

    The new price is likely to be implemented from next week after the issuance of a notification regarding hike in gas tariff — Rs980 MMBTU from Rs700 MMBTU — from Oct 1...

  • Muttahida’s criticism over CNG price hike rings alarm bells for PTI govt

    KARACHI: Alarms bells have started to ring for the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf government when its coalition partner, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan, on Sunday took strong exception to what it called an unprecedented hike of CNG prices — an increase of Rs22 per kilogram — and asked the federal government to stop taking anti-people measures only to please the International Monetary Fund...

    In a statement issued on Sunday, lawmakers...

  • Govt to decide imported LNG price in two days

    ISLAMABAD: Price of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to be imported from Qatar will be finalised within two days, Petroleum Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbassi said on Wednesday, assailing the oil importing lobby for “spreading rumours”...

    5 per cent of Brent crude price which will be the best price of LNG that Qatar has offered to anyone,” he said, briefing the National Assembly Standing Committee on Petroleum and Natural Resources, chaired by...

  • Opposition walks out of Senate after minister declines to disclose price of imported LNG

    ISLAMABAD: The opposition members walked out of Senate after Federal Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources Shahid Khaqan Abbasi refused to disclose the import price of LNG being negotiated with Qatar...

    “I cannot disclose the price since the contract has not been signed yet,” said the minister while replying to speeches made by opposition senators during a debate on an adjournment motion “regarding failure of Ogra in fixing the...

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