Petrol price reduced to Rs92.83 after Rs2.41 drop

Imran Khan's government has reduced oil prices by up to 5.6% for September,2018, a change that will take effect from Saturday. It is the government’s first official notification on petroleum products since being elected to power. The price of high-speed diesel (HSD), widely used in the agriculture and transport sectors, has come down by Rs6.37 per litre (5.6%), decreasing from Rs112.94 to Rs106.57 per litre.
Petrol has become cheaper by Rs2.41 per litre (2.5%), down from Rs95.24 to Rs92.83. The demand for petrol has increased following the ban of indigenous gas at CNG retail outlets.
The price of kerosene oil has been reduced by Rs0.46 per litre (0.55%). It will now be priced at Rs83.50.
The rate for light diesel oil (LDO) saw a hike of Rs0.59 per litre, and will now be set at Rs73.96.
The finance ministry said that Prime Minister Imran Khan, on the recommendation of the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra), approved the change in prices of petroleum products.
The Ministry of Energy (Petroleum Division) had earlier proposed a hefty cut in the prices of petroleum products in a bid to provide relief to the consumers.

The Ministry of Energy (Petroleum Division) has proposed a significant reduction in prices of petrol and diesel next month in a bid to provide relief for the common man. This will be the first oil price revision to be made by the new Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government.
Earlier, the petroleum minister had announced that the new government would rationalise petroleum product prices.
At the end of July, the caretaker government had decided to keep prices of petroleum products unchanged for August 2018.
Now, the Petroleum Division has suggested to the Finance Division and the prime minister to reduce the price of petrol by Rs3.24 from Rs95.24 to Rs92 per litre and high-speed diesel to Rs90 from Rs112.94 per litre, a hefty reduction of Rs22.94.
At present, the government is charging 22% in general sales tax on high-speed diesel and to cut the price it would have to make adjustment in the tax rate. However, the finance ministry is likely to oppose the price-cut proposal, fearing it will lose a significant amount in tax revenues.
Separately, the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) has recommended a reduction of Rs6 in the price of high-speed diesel to Rs106 per litre, Rs2 in the price of petrol to Rs93 per litre, 30 paisa in kerosene oil price to Rs83.25 per litre and 70 paisa in the price of light diesel oil to Rs76 per litre.
High-speed diesel is widely used in agriculture and transport sectors and a reduction in its price will bring down inflation rate in the country.
For August, Ogra had recommended an increase of Rs2 in the price of high-speed diesel, Rs2.50 in the price of petrol, Rs5 in kerosene oil and Rs6 in light diesel oil.
However, the caretaker government did not pass the impact of a hike in international crude oil prices on to consumers for August 2018. On July 1, the caretaker government had jacked up petrol price by Rs7.54 to Rs99.50 per litre, diesel by Rs14 to Rs119.3 per litre and kerosene oil by Rs3.36 to Rs87.7 per litre.
It also raised prices of other petroleum products. However a week later, the prices were pushed down after the Supreme Court took notice of heavy taxes on the sale of petroleum products.
On July 7, the federal government reduced prices of petroleum products by up to Rs6.37 per litre in order to provide relief for the general public.
According to a notification issued by the Ministry of Finance at that time, the petrol price was brought down by Rs4.26 to Rs95.24 per litre, high-speed diesel by Rs6.37 to Rs112.94 per litre, kerosene oil by Rs3.74 to Rs83.96 per litre and light diesel oil by Rs5.54 to Rs75.37 per litre.



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South Punjab News : Petrol price reduced to Rs92.83 after Rs2.41 drop
Petrol price reduced to Rs92.83 after Rs2.41 drop
The rate for light diesel oil (LDO) saw a hike of Rs0.59 per litre, and will now be set at Rs73.96. The finance ministry said that Prime Minister Imran Khan, on the recommendation of the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra), approved the change in prices of petroleum products.
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