The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has implemented a modest reduction in the price of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) by Rs0.81 per kg, effective from March 01, 2024.

The previous consumer price for LPG stood at approximately Rs257.59 per kg. With the latest adjustment, consumers can now avail themselves of LPG at the revised rate of Rs216.79 per kg, indicating a notable decrease.

For consumers relying on an 11.8 kg LPG cylinder, the cost has been adjusted to Rs3,030.12. This represents a decrease of Rs9.51 per cylinder from the previous price of Rs3,039.63, providing some relief to households and businesses alike.


The move by OGRA to reduce LPG prices aims to alleviate the financial burden on consumers amid fluctuating economic conditions.

This adjustment reflects the Authority’s commitment to ensuring fair pricing and accessibility of essential commodities for the public.

Consumers are encouraged to verify and adopt the new rates, as OGRA continues its efforts to maintain transparency and affordability in the energy sector.