- OGRA has sent a synopsis to Petroleum Division, where it has recommended to build petroleum cost by Rs2.75
- OGRA has requested that the division increment diesel’s cost by Rs3
- Final choice to be taken after interviews with Prime Minister Imran Khan
The cost of petroleum in the nation is required to rise starting January 1, 2020, sources educated Geo News on Wednesday.
The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has sent an outline to the Petroleum Division, where it has proposed to expand petroleum costs by Rs2.75, per sources.
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Moreover, OGRA has requested the division to expand the cost from diesel by Rs3, sources stated, adding that the account service would take a ultimate conclusion in the wake of counseling Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The new costs will be reported tomorrow (Thursday), sources added.
The current oil based commodities costs are:
|Product||Current oil based goods price|
|Light Diesel Oil||67.86|