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Petrol Price in Pakistan Today

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PETROLEUM PRODUCTSPRICE
Premium283.38/Ltr
High Speed Diesel303.18/Ltr
Light Speed Diesel139.91/Ltr
Kerosene Oil214.85/Ltr

Price Of Petroleum Products Rs./Litre

DatePetrolHigh Speed DieselLight DieselKerosene Oil
Oct 16, 2023283.38303.18139.91214.85
Oct 04, 2023323.38318.18139.91156
Sep 15, 2023331.38329.18147.68164.07
Sep 01, 2023305.36293.4147.68164.07
Aug 16, 2023290.45293.4147.68164.07
Aug 01, 2023272.95273.4147.68164.07
Jul 16, 2023253253.5147.68164.07

The petrol price in Pakistan undergoes a review every 15 days and applies uniformly across all cities and regions. This rate encompasses various petroleum products, including high octane, kerosene oil, Euro 5, light-speed diesel, and high-speed diesel.

The term “petroleum” is a blend of “petra,” meaning rock, and “oleum,” signifying oil. While petroleum, in its raw form, is extracted from land or sea through distillation techniques, it consists of crude oil and can contain different types of solid, liquid, and gaseous hydrocarbons.

As of the current update, the price of premium petrol in Pakistan is set at Rs. 283.38 per litre.

For those curious about the cost of one litre of petrol in Pakistan, it currently stands at Rs. 283.38.

Today, the petrol price in Pakistan is PKR 283.38 per litre. The country’s financial situation has experienced increased volatility in recent years, leading to fluctuations in fuel prices.

The price for one litre of petrol in Pakistan today is 283.38, with the possibility of further changes. A notification issued by the Finance Minister, Muhammad Ishaq Dar, cited the increase in petrol prices as a measure to ensure the resurgence of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) program.

Rising petrol prices have far-reaching effects on Pakistan, a nation undergoing rapid economic growth alongside monetary instability. The government has announced an increase in petrol, diesel, light diesel, and kerosene oil prices, ranging from Rs. 10 to 15 per litre. These prices are influenced by multiple factors, including supply and the impact of reduced supply from OPEC on local prices. Additionally, factors such as transportation and advertising costs incurred by retailers contribute to the overall price of fuel.


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