Petrol Prices in Pakistan Today 2023

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Petrol Prices in Pakistan

  • The latest Petrol price in Pakistan today as of 15 November 2023 in Pakistani Rupees is 283.38 Rs. per Litre.
Fuel TypePriceDate Updated
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan283.38 Rs./Ltr2023-11-15
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan323.38 Rs./Ltr2023-10-09
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan331.38 Rs./Ltr2023-09-30
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan305.36 Rs./Ltr2023-09-01
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan290.45 Rs./Ltr2023-09-01
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan272.95 Rs./Ltr0000-00-00
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan253 Rs./Ltr2023-07-16
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan262 Rs./Ltr2023-07-02
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan262 Rs./Ltr2023-07-02
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan270 Rs./Ltr2023-05-29
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan282 Rs./Ltr2023-05-16
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan282 Rs./Ltr2023-05-01
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan272 Rs./Ltr2023-03-16
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan267 Rs./Ltr2023-03-14
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan272 Rs./Ltr0000-00-00
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan249.8 Rs./Ltr2023-02-15
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan214.8 Rs./Ltr2023-02-02
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan224.8 Rs./Ltr2023-01-26
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan237.43 Rs./Ltr2023-01-26
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan235.98 Rs./Ltr2022-09-21
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan233.91 Rs./Ltr0000-00-00
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan227.19 Rs./Ltr0000-00-00
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan230.24 Rs./Ltr2022-07-14
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan248.74 Rs./Ltr2022-07-02
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan233.89 Rs./Ltr2022-06-15
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan209.86 Rs./Ltr2022-06-03
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan179.86 Rs./Ltr2022-06-01
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan149.86 Rs./Ltr2022-05-27
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan159.86 Rs./Ltr2022-05-18
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan147.83 Rs./Ltr2022-02-16
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan144.82 Rs./Ltr2022-01-01
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan140.82 Rs./Ltr2021-12-27
Petrol Super Price in Pakistan145.82 Rs./Ltr2021-12-27

Why petrol is costly in Pakistan?

The cost of petrol in Pakistan, like in many countries, is influenced by a combination of factors. Several key reasons why petrol is costly in Pakistan include:

  1. Global Oil Prices: The most significant factor affecting petrol prices worldwide is the global price of crude oil. Pakistan is a net importer of crude oil, which means it has to purchase oil on international markets. When global oil prices rise, the cost of importing oil increases, leading to higher petrol prices domestically.
  2. Exchange Rates: The exchange rate between the Pakistani Rupee (PKR) and the US Dollar (USD) plays a crucial role in determining petrol prices. If the PKR weakens against the USD, it becomes more expensive to import oil, which can lead to higher petrol prices.
  3. Government Taxes and Levies: Governments often impose taxes and levies on petrol to generate revenue. In Pakistan, both federal and provincial governments impose various taxes and levies on petrol, which can significantly contribute to its cost.
  4. Transportation and Distribution Costs: The cost of transporting and distributing petrol from refineries to petrol stations can add to the overall price. Pakistan’s geography and infrastructure challenges may result in higher transportation costs.
  5. Refining Costs: The refining process for crude oil into petrol incurs costs. These costs can vary depending on the efficiency and capacity of domestic refineries.
  6. Market Forces: Supply and demand dynamics in the domestic market can also impact petrol prices. If there is a surge in demand or disruptions in the supply chain, prices can rise.
  7. Global Economic Factors: Broader economic factors, such as geopolitical tensions, natural disasters, or economic crises in oil-producing regions, can lead to fluctuations in global oil prices, which, in turn, affect petrol prices in Pakistan.
  8. Regulation: Government regulations and policies related to the petroleum sector, including price controls and subsidies, can impact petrol prices.

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