UAE cuts domestic LPG's prices 24%

Cutting the prices of domestic LPG aims to improve consumers' lives

  
Image used for illustrative purpose. A general view shows natural gas wells at the Habshan gas complex in UAE's capital Abu Dhabi.

Image used for illustrative purpose. A general view shows natural gas wells at the Habshan gas complex in UAE's capital Abu Dhabi.

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UAE : The UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure has reduced the prices of domestic liquified petroleum gas (LPG) by 24%, according to the ministry's official website.

This decision was made in coordination with Emirates Gas Company, a subsidiary of Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), and Emirates General Petroleum Corporation (Emarat).

Cutting the prices of domestic LPG aims to improve consumers' lives, ensure safe household gas, and address risks related to pricing disparity and illegal exploitation of some companies.

Emirates Gas will provide LPG cylinders to the consumers in Dubai and northern emirates, while Emarat will distribute LPG cylinders across Dubai only.

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