The prices of petroleum products are expected to decrease starting from May 16, as the coalition government intends to provide some relief to the distressed public amidst the severe economic crisis and record inflation.

According to reports in local media, petrol price will see a reduction of Rs10 per litre for the rest of May.

It has been reported that the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has recommended a decrease in the prices of petroleum products. Based on these reports, the price of petrol may be reduced by Rs10 per litre, while the price of diesel is anticipated to decrease by Rs8 per litre.


OGRA has submitted a summary to the government, and Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and other officials will seek the input of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on the recommendations. The final decision will be announced today.


The revised prices of petroleum products for the upcoming two weeks will be implemented after midnight on May 15.

Earlier this month, the federal government announced a reduction of Rs5 per litre in the price of diesel, while the price of petrol remained unchanged. Presently, petrol is being sold at Rs282, HSD at Rs288, kerosene oil at Rs176.07, and light diesel oil at Rs164.68 per litre.