Petroleum prices in Pakistan likely to jack up from today
Petrol and fuel prices across Pakistan are expected to increase by Rs13 per litre and diesel by Rs18 per litre from today, PEN reported on Tuesday.
According to sources, a further increase in oil prices in the global market as a result of Russia-Ukraine hostilities could also affect fuel prices in Pakistan.
Petrol prices are expected to rise by Rs13 per litre and diesel by Rs18 per litre, the sources said.
Currently, petrol is being sold in the country at Rs147.83 per litre, high-speed diesel (HSD) at Rs144.62 and light diesel oil (LDO) at Rs114.54 per litre.
In Asian trade, Brent crude was trading at 96 per barrel and WTI was trading at 95 per barrel.
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