Karachi, November 14, 2023 – As Pakistan gears up for its fortnightly review of fuel prices scheduled on November 15, 2023, speculations arise that the government may increase petrol prices while reducing those of High Speed Diesel (HSD) for the latter half of November 2023.
Islamabad, October 31, 2023 – In a recent announcement, the government of Pakistan has opted to maintain the prices of petrol and diesel for the first half of November 2023, providing some relief to consumers at the fuel pumps.
Today petroleum prices in Pakistan on October 26, 2026, which are applicable till October 31, 2023. Check petrol and diesel rates of your city.
Karachi, September 14, 2023 – Pakistan is facing a difficult decision regarding the revision of petrol and diesel prices, set to take effect from September 16, 2023. The government’s deliberations on petroleum prices are influenced by a recent spike in global oil prices, adding complexity to the already challenging task.
Today’s petrol and diesel prices in Pakistan, as of September 7, 2023, are as follows and are expected to remain in effect until September 15, 2023:
Pakistan has officially unveiled the latest petrol and diesel prices, effective as of Tuesday, August 22, 2023. These rates are set to remain unchanged until the end of the month unless any adjustments are made prior to that date.
On August 6, 2023, the government of Pakistan announced the latest petroleum prices, revealing the rates for petrol and diesel in the country.
Karachi, July 21, 2023 – In a significant development, petrol pumps across Pakistan will continue to operate as the Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association (PPDA) decided to postpone their planned strike for the next 48 hours.
Karachi, July 21, 2023 – In a move that will likely cause widespread inconvenience to citizens and businesses alike, the Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association (PPDA) has declared an indefinite shutdown of petrol stations across the country beginning on Saturday, July 22, 2023.
Karachi, July 1, 2023: In a move that has disappointed the public during Eid ul Azha, the Pakistan government has decided to increase the levy on petrol to Rs55, instead of providing relief on petroleum prices. The decision, announced by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar, came into effect on July 1, 2023.