OGRA provides Rs 1,18.31 m relief to consumers in 2020-21 – Mettis Global Link2 min read
Sep 16, 2022: The Oil and Fuel Regulatory Authority (OGRA) on Friday issued its annual report for the fiscal yr 2020-21, all through which it settled 8,272 issues supplying fiscal relief of Rs 1,18.31 million to buyers.
Other than, the Authority granted 1,341 gasoline connections although addressing the customer grievances, OGRA mentioned in the report.
“OGRA entertained consumers’ issues from organic gas, LPG (liquefied pure gasoline), CNG (compressed natural gasoline) and OMCs (oil internet marketing businesses) no cost of cost. These problems ended up resolved expeditiously and in a even handed method by offering remedial actions,” it explained.
All through the period beneath overview, the Authority issued a license to K-Electrical Limited for the building and procedure of the pure fuel /RLNG (refined liquefied natural gasoline)transmission pipeline from Port Qasim to KE’s Bin Qasim Electrical power Advanced.
It permitted Tabeer Strength Promoting (Private) Confined, Energas Marketing (Non-public) Confined and Shell Power Pakistan (Non-public) Minimal to carry out a controlled exercise for the sale of pure fuel / RLNG to the buyers.
OGRA also granted a license to Energas Terminal (Non-public) Confined for the construction and operation of 30-inch diameter and 9 kilometer very long organic fuel / RLNG transmission pipeline from ENERGAS Terminal to SSGC’s (Sui Southern Gasoline Organization) Custody Transfer Station at Port Qasim.
For liquefied petroleum fuel , OGRA for the 1st time granted 5 licences to transport LPG by way of highway bowsers.
The oil marketing organizations developed more oil storage of 95,379 metric tons (MT), which includes 50,019 MT of motor gasoline and 45,360 MT of significant-velocity diesel in the place.