The government may from October raise price of domestic natural gas by over 14 per cent, a move that will translate into higher CNG price and increased cost of electricity and urea production.
A natural gas price hike to the tune of a massive 15% may be on the cards, as the government has decided to raise the price of domestically produced natural gas to $3.50 per million metric British thermal units for the next six-month period, CNBC Awaaz reported citing sources.
The CNG filling stations in Surat and south Gujarat ended their ongoing strike after the Gujarat Gas Limited (GGL) is learnt to have partially accepted their demands during a meeting in Gandhinagar on Friday.
Nearly 16 years after Delhi’s entire bus fleet started to run on CNG to reduce air pollution, authorities are now pitching for an even cleaner alternative, hydrogen-CNG (H-CNG).
After long delays, the environment-friendly compressed natural gas (CNG) cabs will finally hit city roads this month-end.
The Government is committed to free Punjab from pollution due to paddy straw burning and every possible effort is afoot for the same. The Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) is serious on the issue and is working consistently in this direction.
Brace for a hike in rates of compressed natural gas (CNG) and domestic piped gas across Mumbai metropolitan region from Saturday morning. While CNG prices (with taxes) have shot up by Rs 1.95 per kg, rates of cooking gas has been hiked by 38 paise per unit (scm).
CNG or compressed natural gas is increasingly been seen as a cheaper alternative to petrol, given its price.
Natural gas consumers will now have to pay more as Adani Gas Limited (AGL) has increased prices of compressed natural gas (CNG) and piped natural gas (PNG) in Ahmedabad and Vadodara. The city gas distribution company revised prices across all categories — residential, commercial and industrial — with effect from June 1, 2018.
More than half of Telangana, roughly over 2 crore people, will have access to clean natural gas — piped natural gas (PNG) for cooking and CNG for driving — if everything goes well. As part of the national policy to turn India into a gas-based economy