Adani Gas Limited (AGL) has revised the prices of compressed natural gas (CNG) and piped natural gas (PNG) for residential and industrial consumers from January 1, 2018. While the city gas distribution company has raised CNG and domestic PNG prices, it has reduced tariffs for natural gas supplied to its industrial customers.
According to details on the company’s website, the CNG price for Ahmedabad and Vadodara markets has been hiked by Rs 1 per kg to Rs 55/kg from Rs 54/kg, while PNG prices for residential consumers has been increased by Rs 13.2 per million metric British thermal units (mmBtu) or 1.97% to 682.50 per mmBtu from Rs 669.30 per mmBtu. The company had last revised these prices in October 2018.
However, the company also reduced PNG price for its industrial consumers by Rs 28.02 per mmBtu or 2.68% to Rs 1,016.40 per mmBtu (for minimum guaranteed offtake-MGO) from Rs 1,044.42 per mmBtu. Read More
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