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The Sui Gas System in Pakistan is split into two companies: SNGPL, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited, and SSGC, Sui Southern Gas Company Limited. SNGPL is a natural gas distributor in northern Pakistan and SSGC is a natural gas distributor in southern Pakistan.

In Pakistan, both the companies, SNGPL & SSGC are involved in the supply and distribution of natural gas in their regions. So if there is no current gas bill for the month or no invoice has been received, it will be convenient for clients. Both companies launched an online service to view and print gas bills for the last month. This service is provided by the respective gas distributors free of charge. All users need is to enter their user numbers and view their gas bill details instantly. They can also download and print the duplicate invoice. This printed bill can be used by default to pay the gas bill for the current month.

Where to Find Sui Gas Bill Account Id?

Account Id or consumer number is a unique id compulsory for viewing bill details online.

SNGPL Bill Account ID

11-digit account id from SNGPL Bill.

Sui Gas Bill Account Id

SSGC Consumer Number

10-digit consumer number  SSGC bill.

SSGC Bill Consumer Number

What is Sui Gas Bill?

SSGC is known as the Sui Southern Company, which supplies gas to southern Pakistan. It consists of two provinces: Baluchistan and Sindh. It covers more than 1200 cities, the length of high-pressure pipelines is 3614 km. Providing standard gas pipelines for all peoples of the South, it is one of the most respected and professional companies in Pakistan. It includes 11 members of the Board of Directors.

Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) is the largest integrated gas company serving over 6.8 million customers in North Central Pakistan through its extensive network in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Azad Jammu, and Kashmir. The company has over 50 years of experience in the operation and maintenance of high-pressure gas transmission and distribution systems. She expanded her activities as an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractor for herself and other organizations in addition to pipeline planning, design, and construction.

SNGPL Sui Gas Bill Transport System

The SNGPL transport system consists of a 9123.75 km transport system (main lines and ring lines) from Sui in Baluchistan to Peshawar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. In Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, efforts were made to distribute 4,967 major cities, including neighboring villages, through 16 regional offices. The distribution system consists of 135,857 km of pipelines. SNGPL has 6.8 million customers in the commercial, residential, general industrial, fertilizer, and cement sectors. Annual gas sales to consumers from July 2019 to June 2020 amounted to 623,724 million cubic feet of natural gas.

Sui Gas SNGPL Bill & SSGC Bill Calculation

Calculating the Sui gas bill, ie., SNGPL Bill and SSGC Bill is not easy because the meter readings are in cubic meters (m3) and the bill is calculated using MMBTU (Million British Thermal Units). Look and compare this with the meter reading, you will get into trouble because it is not as easy as calculating an electricity bill. People usually ask about the gas bill and also ask which system the gas is billed from. In this case, we need a gas billing calculator or a formula to calculate the minimum gas bill so that gas units can be converted from cubic meters to MMBTU and then apply the gas tariff to calculate the bill. People who have more complaints about the consumption of extra gas bills can easily check their bills at this stage.

Sui Gas Bill Details

Sui Gas Bill (SNGPL Bill & SSGC Bill)Calculation Explained

  1. The black numbers on the needle gas meter show the cubic meter of gas (M3) used. Subtract the previous reading to get the units used in the last months of the current reading. Current reading – previous reading = monthly units For example 05532-05419 = 113 cubic meters
  2.  Divide cubic meters by 100 cubic meters to obtain a monthly gas reading in cubic kilometers (Hm3). For example, 113/100 = 1.13 cubic meters.
  3. GCV is indicated on the gas bill. Now, to calculate MMBTU, you need to multiply this GCV by the number of units used in Hm3 and divide by 281.7358. For example (1.13 x 933) / 281.7358 = 3.7420 MMBtu right now.
  4. Now the gas bill is the last step. Multiply the consumed gas by MMBTU by the corresponding tray speed.

SNGPL has defined various panels for paying domestic consumers’ bills. Various other amounts such as meter rental, VAT, etc. are also included in the final invoice. Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited (SNGPL) and Sui Southern Gas Company Limited (SSGC) are two different companies supplying natural gas to Pakistan.

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Types of Sui Gas Bill

Following are the different types of Sui gas bills.

Normal Sui Gas bill

The billing meter is issued according to the actual reading of the meter on which it is installed and is calculated in accordance with the rates set by the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) for all categories of consumers. Typically, a pressure factor is applied to calculate the correct volume of gas used for commercial customers, while extreme temperature and pressure factors are applied to match the correct volume of gas used by industrial/wholesale customers. In the case of domestic SHBG consumers, the monthly SHBG tariff is communicated to OGRA and all SHBG consumers are billed accordingly.

Estimated (Provisionally) Bill

When the actual meter readings cannot be recorded for any reason, an estimated (temporary) bill is issued to customers. Some of the factors are:

Dirty / misted glass index.

The water inside meters.

The meter was covered in dust.

The meter is overgrown with bushes.

Meters under rainwater.

The meter is set above the normal height.

The Meter position cannot be reached.

The meter is closed inside the building.

No premises found.

Estimated (temporary) bills are based on consumption in the same period of the previous year, respectively, or directly on the trend of the previous bill or the same area category. When the expected meter readings are available, the settlement (interim) account is adjusted for the next total account.

Minimum Sui Gas Bill

A minimum invoice is issued when consumption is zero, zero, or less than the specified utilization rate according to rates reported by the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) for all types of customers. Here are the minimum wages for some of the categories reported by OGRA. These fees include meter rental and general sales tax (GST).

Category Minimum Charges (Rs. per month)
(a) Standalone Meters (b) Mosques, Churches, Temples, Madrassas, Other Religious Places and Hostels attached thereto. Rs. 172.58
Government & Semi-Government Offices, Hospitals, Clinics, Maternity Homes, Government Guest Houses, Armed Forces Messes, Langars, Universities, Colleges, Schools and Private Educational Institutions, Orphanages, and other Charitable Institutions along-with Hostels and Residential Colonies to whom gas is supplied through bulk meters. Rs. 3,900.00
(All establishments registered as commercial units with local authorities or dealing in consumer items for direct commercial sale like cafes, bakeries, milk-shops, tea stalls, canteens, barbershops, laundries, hotels, malls, places of entertainment like cinemas, clubs, theaters, and private offices, corporate firms, etc. Rs. 6,415.00
Commercial Special (Roti Tandoors) Rs. 148.50
Ice Factories Rs. 6,415.00
General Industry Rs. 36,449.70
CNG Rs. 45,803.10
Cement Rs. 45,588.90
Power Stations(WAPDA’s and KESC’s Power Stations)
(i) WAPDA’s & KESC’s Power Stations and other Electricity Utility companies Rs. 29,416.80
(ii) WAPDA’s Gas Turbine Power Station, Nishatabad, Faisalabad Rs. 975,000  (Fixed Charges)
(iii) Liberty Power Limited’s Gas Turbine Power Plant (Phase 1) at Dharki Rs. 44,972.79
Independent Power Producers Rs. 29,416.80
Captive Power Rs. 36,449.70

Sticky / Stopped Meter Bill

If the meter is viscous/off (broken) and cannot register the gas flowing through it, a bill is issued for the fixed/stopped meter. The bill is calculated based on the average seasonal consumption (summer/winter) in the case of the local category, while in the case of the industrial and commercial type it is calculated on the basis of the last two months or above the average consumption for two months according to the gas sales agreement. 

Sui Gas Bill FAq 

Q1. How is gas consumption recorded for each customer?

The gas meter installed by SSGC records the volume of gas used by the consumer in cubic meters or cubic feet, depending on the customer. These meters record gas consumption using digital portable devices. These monthly red numbers are recorded and kept as the first evidence of the company’s gas sales.

Q 2. What is the company’s billing cycle/schedule after which the company sends invoices to its customers?

SSGC must follow OGRA’s guidelines for sending meter-based gas bills to consumers on a 30 day basis. Follow a clear billing program for coverage. Billing software is designed to provide 12 months meter readings and annual billing respectively. Industrial and commercial customers are billed for a calendar month, and customer meters are read on the last day of each month.

Q 3. What are interim invoices?

If for any reason the counter is not read during the billing cycle, then temporary invoices (system generated) will be issued. The temporary invoice amount is adjusted later to a higher invoice based on the actual value during the billing cycle. The reasons for temporary billing are indicated in the notes to the invoice. The customer can contact the nearest CFC / Billing Zone for inquiries and inquiries. The contact numbers and addresses of the nearest CFC / Billing branch are indicated on the gas bills in the respective regions.

Q 4. What is the billing fee based on?

Gas bills reported by OGRA for the meter category and applicable taxes for the corresponding consumer category are calculated according to the current tariff. Gas bill calculation is also mentioned in your gas bills such as GST, WHT, etc., which provides a billing period based on units used together with the unit price according to the OGRA stated tariff.


Q5. What are the latest OGRA tariffs for domestic customers and settlement payments on invoices?

The last valid panel prices for MMBTU, SCM prices, and bills charged for the various panels are as follows:

Rs / MMBtu
121,004.2510.54Third plank up to 200 cm738.0025.93Rs. 4600 to Rs. 7600 per month400 cm to fifth plate1 107,001460.00From 18,290 rupees per month
Slabs Rs./MMBTU Est. Rate / SCM Est. Bill Amount
Minimum Gas Charges 172.58    Fixed at  Rs. 230 per month
1st Slab upto 50 CMs 121.00 4.25  from Rs.230 to Rs.270 per month
2nd Slab upto 100 CMs 300.00 10.54  from Rs.280 to Rs.890 per month
3rd Slab upto 200 CMs 553.00 19.43  from Rs.1,280 to Rs.3,530 per month
4th Slab upto 300 CMs 738.00 25.93  from Rs.4,600 to Rs.7,600 per month
5th Slab upto 400 CMs 1,107.00 38.90  from Rs.9,170 to Rs.13,680 per month
6th Slab above 400 CMs 1,460.00 51.30  starting from Rs.18,290 per month

* SCM worked with GCV 990 (BTU / SCF)

* According to the declared OGRA tariff, earlier the user will receive only one plate.

Q6: What is the minimum commission?

If consumption falls below a certain amount during any billing month, a minimum fee will be charged to the user. OGRA also reports the minimum commission to all types of clients.

Q7: What is the pressure correction factor (PCF)?

Pressure Correction Factors are used to convert the gas volume to a standard volume in base meters.

Q8: What is the cost of gas heating (GCV)?

Gross calorific value ( GCV ) is the amount of heat generated by the complete combustion of a unit of natural gas. The GCV credited to the customer’s account is shown on the relevant gas invoice.

Q9: What is BTU / MMBTU?

At constant ambient pressure, Btu is defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound (0.454 kg) of liquid water by 0.556 ° C (1 ° F). When 1 BTU is represented in millions, it is called Million British Thermal Units (MMBTU). Volume, recorded in cubic feet or cubic meters, converted to British Thermal Units (BTU), is based on the quality of the gas shown on your bill as GCV.

MMBTU = MCFX GCV / 1000, where MCF (thousand cubic feet) = SCM / 28.17385 or SCF / 10

Q10. What is meter rental?

The gas meter installed in the customer’s premises is owned by SSGC and the monthly rent of € 20 per month is calculated for regular household meters (G4 and G1.6), while it is different for other installed customers. Which depends on the installation. Notice approved for fixed and variable compensation for meter type according to OGRA.

Q11. What is LPS? When is it applicable?

In the event of default, a home user LPS fee of 10% of the checking account will be charged. For industrial and commercial customers, LPS will be charged at a rate of 1.5% per month for the first year, followed by the remaining amount for 2 gas bills per month, subject to an approved Fixed and Variable Charge Notice.

Q12. What is GSD? What are the charges based on?

GSD is a deposit for the supply of gas that the company will hold for each consumer in the amount of an average monthly bill for consumption. The customer’s deposit is checked annually and when the GSD needs to be updated, the amount is charged to the customer

Q13. What is PUG?

If, for any reason, a meter stops or stops recording a regularly supplied volume of natural gas, that meter is called an Unrecorded Gas Pass (PUG).۔ The company is replacing the counter. The estimated bill is calculated based on the consumption of the new PUG counter.

B14. What is the fee for a slow counter?

It is also a kind of PUG meter, in this case, the meter is a mechanical device and there is a risk of wear due to aging. SSGC has replaced these meters in its scheduled meter replacement program. The meter is then checked in the laboratory for all meters, and if a slowdown is detected, the user is charged for that volume.

Q15. Who is responsible for a home line leak?

The customer is responsible for the repair and maintenance of internal pipelines/house lines and gas installations only after the meter. All internal leaks that result in over-billing due to loss of gas are the responsibility of the user and will be billed. Please report gas leaks immediately to the 1199 hotline as this also poses a security risk.

Q16. When will I pay my gas bill?

All gas bills and/or other payments payable to consumers with a “due date” are displayed on invoices.

Q17. What are the options for paying gas bills?

  1. In all virtual bank/post offices.
    • Commercial banking services such as. ATM, internet bank, debit / credit card
    • Mobile applications like EasyPay, JazzCash and UPAZA.
    • SSGC mobile application (under development)

Q18. What options are available under your gas sales contract?

In accordance with the gas sales agreement between the company and its consumers, the permitted use of gas is:

1 meter – the kitchen and the heater are used for purely domestic purposes.

Q# 19. How to reduce the SNGPL gas Bill and save gas?

  • Installation of gas-efficient appliances such as. Instant heaters, certified heater thermostats,
  • Save consumption and reduce waste. Cone baffles and smart timers for heaters and pressure vessels.
  • Be careful when reading meter readings, committing to protect the meter, avoid theft, damage, leakage, or damage.

Q 20: Why do I need to update my personal information on SNGPL Bill?

  • Update your SNGPL gas bill /device information.
  • Update your personal details like CNC and NTN to the nearest CFC to avoid disconnection.

Q21. Where can I file an emergency complaint regarding the SSGC bill?

  • For emergencies and complaints, please contact the SSGC 1199 Call Center, available 365 days.

Q22: Is the customer contacted in case of SNGPL gas meter cutoff?

The customer may contact any customer service center (CFC) to restore the gas supply and provide a copy of the SNGPL gas bill paid to CFC support.

Q23: Why is the gas connection disconnected when printing / mentioning the payment date/date? Why date? Not yet?

The gas bill payment deadline applies only to the current bill. If previous gas bills have not been paid, the gas supply can be interrupted at any time. Consumers must immediately cancel their due gas charges to avoid gas supply disruptions or restore gas supplies before they are cut off.

Q24: The gas connection fee has been paid, (SNGPL  or SSGC) but a connection has not been restored yet. Air (open or meter not reconnected))?

Upon payment of unpaid gas charges, the customer must provide a copy of the invoice paid by any CFC and a copy of the CNIC to restore the gas supply. If the separation period is less than 6 months, the gas supply is restored within 24 hours from the date of payment. If the gas supply was cut for more than 6 months, the building was cleaned according to standard operating procedures, which may take 7-10 days to recover.

Q25. Does SSGC offer payment of gas bills Installments?

SSGC offers an easy installment plan for the convenience of its valued customers and they can refer to any CFC for an installment plan.