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Delhi HC defers decision on IGL-PNGRB dispute to May 8

The Delhi High Court on Thursday adjourned to May 8 the dispute between Indraprastha Gas and Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board on the pricing of piped cooking gas and condensed natural gas (CNG).

Written by Fe Bureau | New Delhi | Published: May 3, 2012 3:39:15 pm

The Delhi High Court on Thursday adjourned to May 8 the dispute between Indraprastha Gas and Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board on the pricing of piped cooking gas and condensed natural gas (CNG).

PNGRB had last month ordered IGL to cut the network and compression levies charged to consumers and to refund the alleged over-recovery since April 1,2008 to consumers. The pipeline regulator claimed that the actual network tariff and compression charges that IGL could levy in the capital were Rs 38.58 and Rs 2.75 against the Rs 104.65 and Rs 6.66 respectively levied by the company.

IGL maintains it would await the final court ruling before implementing the regulator’s instruction to cut these levies.

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