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Petroleum dealers observe nationwide strike for higher profit margin

The Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association's (PPDA) closure of fuel stations as part of their nationwide strike against the government's failure to increase their profit...

Petrol price hike: Rs35/litre jump in just 4 months!

The price of petrol has increased to Rs145.82 per litre after the latest spike of Rs8.03. The government of Pakistan has made a cumulative...

Five arrested for alleged involvement 2020 petrol scandal

The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has arrested five men, including officials of the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA), and registered two separate cases...

Senate body blames OGRA for petrol price hike

The Senate Standing Committee on Cabinet Secretariat on Wednesday held the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) responsible for the price hike of petroleum...

Petrol likely to see hike of Rs7 from Nov 1

With continuous depreciation of the Pakistani rupee and soaring crude oil prices globally, petrol is likely to rise even higher from November 1. According to...

Be ready for sharp hike in petrol price, say analysts

Prices of petroleum products in Pakistan are expected to have sharp rise keeping in view trends in the global market, say market analysts. The experts...

What does the new LPG Policy 2021 entail?

In the wake of a hike in liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) prices, the Petroleum Division has come up with a new policy that eradicates...

Petrol price peaks to historic high in Pakistan

The petrol prices in Pakistan have reached a historic high of Rs 127.30 per litre on Thursday as the government announced a Rs 4...

Another petrol bomb ready for Pakistani nation

Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has suggested an increase of Rs5.25 per litre in the price of petrol from October 1. It is learnt...

LHC restrains FIA from action against oil companies

A Lahore High Court (LHC) two-judge bench has restrained the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) from taking any adverse action against the oil marketing companies...

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