Even as crude oil prices dropped by more than 1% last week, petrol prices were left untouched by state-run oil marketing companies for the last seven days. Diesel prices were also left unchanged today.
Petrol, diesel price unchanged for 3rd consecutive day ahead of Budget 2019. Check today’s rates in top cities
Petrol and diesel prices remain unchanged across the country for the third successive day on Friday (July 5). In national capital Delhi, a litre of petrol today costs Rs 70.51 while diesel costs Rs 64.33 per litre, no change compared with Thursday’s price.
Oil marketing companies increased the prices of petrol and diesel on Monday, which marked a fifth straight day of hike in the fuel rates. With effect from 6 am on Monday, the price of petrol was at Rs. 70.44 per litre in Delhi, Rs. 72.67 per litre in Kolkata
State-controlled oil marketing companies on Tuesday (June 18) kept the retail prices of petrol and diesel stagnant for the second successive day across major cities of the country. In national capital Delhi, petrol is being sold for Rs 69.93 per litre while diesel costs Rs 63.84 a litre
Petrol, diesel prices were slashed for the second day straight on Saturday. After the price revision, petrol became cheaper by 15-16 paise across major Indian cities while diesel became cheaper by 18-20 paise.
Petrol, diesel prices today: The oil marketing companies (OMCs) on Saturday increased prices of petrol by 5 paise while cutting diesel by 7 paise on account on fall in global crude oil rates. Petrol can today be availed for Rs 70.34
With the crude oil showing little hopes of coming out of a bearish market this month despite the producers’ cartel Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) deciding in favour of a supply cut, petrol and diesel prices continue to tumble in India today.
State-run fuel retailers reduced petrol prices by 34 paise and diesel by 37 per litre today. Petrol now costs Rs 72.53 per litre in Delhi, Rs 78.09 in Mumbai, Rs 73.09 in Bengaluru, Rs 75.26 in Chennai and Rs 74.55 in Kolkata.
Prices of both petrol and diesel across the country witnessed a dip on Sunday.
Diesel price rose for the 10th consecutive day Monday to wipe out all of the Rs 2.50 per litre cut in rates announced earlier this month through excise duty cut and oil company subsidy.