LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) cylinder prices have been hiked with effect from May 1 compared to the previous month. While the subsidised LPG price has been raised by 28 paise per cylinder (14.2 kilograms) and 29 paise per cylinder in in Delhi and Mumbai respectively
It is welcome news that state-run oil marketing companies kept the retail petrol and diesel prices unchanged for a second day on Wednesday (April 3) across major cities of the country. In national capital Delhi
Petrol and diesel prices remain unchanged in the national capital on Monday while fuel prices register decrease in other metro cities. In Delhi, petrol retails at Rs 72.86 per litre while diesel costs Rs 66.09 a litre.
India has raised the price of its locally produced gas by about 10 percent to $3.69 per million metric British thermal units (mmBtu) for the April-September period, compared with the previous six months, a source aware of the development said.
LPG or liquefied petroleum gas prices were hiked earlier this month, marking the first increase in prices so far this calendar year. With effect from March 1, subsidised and non-subsidised LPG prices in Delhi were revised to Rs. 495.61 per cylinder (14.2 kilograms) and Rs. 701.50 per cylinder respectively, according to data from Indian Oil Corporation’s website – iocl.com.
After rising for a day, petrol prices remained stable on Wednesday, while diesel prices were unchanged across major cities. Petrol price in Mumbai stood at Rs 78.40 a litre while diesel was at Rs 69.97 per litre, at par with December 2018 levels.
Petrol prices rose by 7 paise while diesel edged down about 10-11 paise across major cities on Friday. Petrol price in Mumbai stood at Rs 78.17 a litre while diesel was at Rs 70.42 per litre, at par with December 2018 levels.
On Wednesday (March 6), After six consecutive days of price hike, state-run oil marketing companies kept retail petrol prices stagnant while diesel prices also remained unchanged across the major cities. In national capital Delhi,
LPG prices have been revised upwards this month. With the latest increase in LPG prices, the first hike after three straight monthly cuts, the subsidised and non-subsidised LPG prices in Delhi stand at Rs. 495.61 per cylinder and Rs. 701.50 per cylinder respectively,
On Tuesday (5 February), Petrol and diesel prices rose again with a hike of 7 paise in petrol prices while diesel was raised by 10-11 paise across major cities of the country. In Delhi, petrol price peaked to to Rs 72.24 a litre as against Rs 72.17 on Monday