Petrol and diesel prices remain unchanged across the country on Friday (July 19). In national capital Delhi, a litre of petrol today costs Rs 73.35 a litre while diesel costs Rs 66.24 per litre, no change compared with yesterday’s price, as per data available with Indian Oil Corp website.
Petrol prices fell about 8-12 paise, while diesel remained unchanged for the seventh straight session across the major cities — Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai — on Thursday. Petrol stood at Rs 78.96 a litre, while diesel was at Rs 69.43 per litre in Mumbai.
State-run oil marketing companies on Tuesday (July 16) kept the retail prices of petrol and diesel static across major cities of the country. In national capital Delhi, a litre of petrol today costs Rs 73.21 a litre while diesel costs Rs 66.24 per litre, no change compared with yesterday’s price.
Petrol and diesel prices remain unchanged on Saturday (July 13) across the country. Petrol in national capital Delhi is retailing at 72.90 a litre, no change in price compared with Friday’s price while diesel costs Rs 66.49 per litre,
Diesel price drops for second consecutive day, no change in petrol price. Check today’s rates in top cities
After the daily revision in retail fuel rates, diesel prices fell by 6-11 paise for the second successive day while petrol prices remain unchanged across four metropolitan cities in the country on Friday (July 12).
Petrol and diesel prices declined on Tuesday by about 5 paise and 11 paise respectively in major cities. Petrol stood at Rs 78.52 a litre, while diesel was at Rs 69.69 per litre in Mumbai.
Following the daily revision in retail fuel rates on Monday (July 8), diesel prices fell by 5-14 paise while petrol prices remain stagnant across four metropolitan cities in the country. Diesel prices in New Delhi were lowered by 10 paise to Rs 66.59 a litre as against Rs 66.69 on Sunday.
Petrol price was Saturday hiked by a minimum Rs 2.40 per litre and diesel by Rs 2.36 after Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman raised taxes on the fuels to part-fund her Budget for 2019-20.
Petrol and Diesel prices are set to rise by Rs 2 per litre in the country as new Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in her budget speech today increased of special additional excise duty (SAED) as well as Road and Infrastructure Cess by Rs 1 per litre each on automobile fuels.
State-controlled oil marketing companies on Thursday (July 4) kept the retail prices of petrol and diesel stagnant for the second successive day across major cities of the country.