Sep 16, 2022: The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) on Friday issued its yearly report for the fiscal calendar year 2020-21, for the duration of which it settled 8,272 grievances offering fiscal relief of Rs 1,18.31 million to consumers.
Besides, the Authority granted 1,341 gasoline connections while addressing the client issues, OGRA stated in the report.
“OGRA entertained consumers’ problems against natural fuel, LPG (liquefied normal gasoline), CNG (compressed purely natural gas) and OMCs (oil advertising organizations) free of charge of charge. These problems were settled expeditiously and in a even handed fashion by providing remedial measures,” it stated.
Throughout the period of time less than critique, the Authority issued a license to K-Electrical Restricted for the design and procedure of the normal gas /RLNG (refined liquefied organic fuel)transmission pipeline from Port Qasim to KE’s Bin Qasim Ability Complicated.
It permitted Tabeer Energy Advertising (Private) Restricted, Energas Internet marketing (Personal) Constrained and Shell Electrical power Pakistan (Non-public) Restricted to have out a regulated action for the sale of purely natural gas / RLNG to the shoppers.
OGRA also granted a license to Energas Terminal (Non-public) Confined for the design and operation of 30-inch diameter and 9 kilometer extended purely natural gas / RLNG transmission pipeline from ENERGAS Terminal to SSGC’s (Sui Southern Fuel Business) Custody Transfer Station at Port Qasim.
For liquefied petroleum fuel , OGRA for the initially time granted 5 licences to transport LPG through road bowsers.
The oil promoting organizations created additional oil storage of 95,379 metric tons (MT), including 50,019 MT of motor gasoline and 45,360 MT of high-velocity diesel in the place.