NEPRA Holds Six Entities Responsible for January Power Breakdown


The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has unfurled a 34-page request report about a countrywide power breakdown on January 23, 2023, considering six substances fundamentally liable for the blackout. The authority held the Public Transmission and Despatch Organization (NTDC), Public Power Control Center (NPCC), GENCO-III, Guddu Nuclear energy Plant, and Port Qasim Electric Power Organization (PQEPC) liable for the breakdown.

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LPG Price Notification April 2023 1 Oil And Gas Regulatory Authority


Please find enclosed herewith notification No. OGRA-Fin-28- 11(6)/ 2018 dated March 31, 2023 in respect of LPG prices with effect from April 01, 2023. LPG Price Notification April 2023 1 The notification is required to be issued under Section 6(2)(r) of Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority Ordinance, 2002 (XVII of 2002) read with Rule 18(1) of LPG (Production & Distribution) Rules 2001. The notification may please be published in the next issue of the Gazette (Extra Ordinary) and five (05) copies of the Gazette notification may be supplied to this Authority, for which the Authori will make payment.

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Neelum Jhelum Plant to Resume Power Generation in July


After very year-long closure for the tunnel collapse, the 969-megawatt Neelum Jhelum Hydropower Project would again start power generation in July. The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) held two separate public hearings on Thursday on the increase in fuel charges for KE and ex-Wapda Distribution Companies (Discos) customers but failed to reach a decision. During the discussion on expensive…

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