LPG prices rise once again

Prices have been increased by Rs5 per kilogramme again.

Express June 29, 2011


Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) prices have been increased by Rs5 per kilogramme again on Tuesday, the fifth increase in twenty days.

Price of a domestic cylinder has now increased by Rs50 while the price of a commercial cylinder has been increased by Rs200, according to the latest increase. Prices have increased by Rs25 per kilogramme in a period of less than three weeks.

LPG Association Chairman Irfan Khokhar has asked Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) to control the ever-increasing price of the fuel. He said that a protest will be staged outside Ogra office if the decision is not reviewed.

Moreover, Minister for Petroleum Dr Asim Hussain summoned a session of the LPG Association in Islamabad today (Wednesday).

Published in The Express Tribune, June 29th, 2011.


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