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    Consumers to Benefit from Capped Natural Gas Prices of $6.5 Despite Market Price of $7.92

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    Natural gas is one of the most important sources of energy in the world, used for everything from heating homes to powering factories. However, the price of natural gas can be volatile, making it difficult for consumers to budget and plan their expenses. Fortunately, some regions are implementing measures to protect consumers from these fluctuations. In particular, a recent announcement regarding capped natural gas prices has caught the attention of many consumers. Despite the current market price of $7.92, some regions will cap natural gas prices at $6.5, providing relief for households and businesses alike. This development promises to have a significant impact on consumers, and it is worth exploring in more detail.

    The Indian government has announced that the price of natural gas for the remainder of April will be $7.92 per unit, according to a new pricing formula. However, the rates for consumers have been capped at $6.5 per unit. The new pricing mechanism links the pricing of gas to 10% of India’s average monthly crude import basket, with a floor price of $4 per mmBtu and a ceiling price of $6.5 per mmBtu. The capped rates will lead to a reduction in CNG and piped cooking gas prices by up to 10%. This replaces the old pricing formula, which used four international gas benchmarks and had a price of $8.57 per mmBtu for the six months ending March 31.

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