On Tuesday, the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) announced that the price of liquid petroleum gas (LPG) would decrease by Rs13.09 during the month of June.
According to OGRA, the price of a household cylinder of 11.8 kilograms has fallen by Rs154.48 as a result of a decline in the price of Rs13.09 per kilogram.
Following the reduction in cost, the price of LPG will be reduced to Rs218.75 per kilogram after the new pricing is implemented on June 1, 2022.
The new tariffs that have been issued by OGRA state that the domestic cylinder would be sold for a total of Rs2581.35. The price of the residential cylinder has been set at Rs. 2735.83 as of right now.
The price of LPG decreased by Rs15.27 per kilogram during the month of May, reaching a new low of Rs231.85 per kilogram.
An increase of Rs180.28 was deducted from the price of a domestic LPG cylinder weighing 11.8 kilograms for the month of May 2022. A residential cylinder was going to cost you Rs2,735.83. The cost of a domestic LPG cylinder would remain at Rs 2,916.11 during the month of April.