The National Capital Territory of Delhi has been getting BS-VI grade auto fuels well before the rest of the country to ensure that the national Capital can breathe cleaner air. But the very purpose of offering better fuel
Petrol, diesel prices were cut for the ninth straight day on Friday following which it traded near its lowest level since July 2018 in Delhi. After today’s price cut, petrol became cheaper by 37-40 paise in major cities of the country
Following regular price cuts during the last 40 days, diesel is now at its cheapest in the last 3 months while petrol price is at an 8-month low level. Petrol price was today cut down by 33 paise and diesel by 36 paise.
As fuel prices reduced by a big margin on Wednesday, the petrol rate New Delhi fell below the Rs 75 per litre-mark at Rs 73.57 after a gap of seven months. According to Indian Oil Corporation, in Delhi on Wednesday, petrol prices
Following successive cuts for over a month, petrol and diesel prices are now at their lowest during the last few months. The price of petrol was cut by 50 paise and diesel by 40 paise today. Following today’s decline
Markets! A little less than two months back, the prospect of global oil@ $100/barrel around the time of India’s general elections, March-April 2019, seemed real. Analysts and commentators advised the government not to panic.
Fuel prices in various parts of the country continued to witness a downward trend on Friday, owing to the fall in crude oil prices in the international market. Petrol and diesel prices in all the major cities were slashed down by 40-44 paise.
Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) tumbled nearly 10 percent this week to a more than three-month low, knocked lower by a slide in oil prices, forecasts for a warmer than average winter and ample supply onshore and in tankers.
The prices of domestic fuel dipped further on Friday with petrol being sold at Rs 75.57 per litre while diesel at Rs 70.56 per litre in the national capital. In Mumbai, the prices of petrol and diesel are Rs 81.10 per litre and Rs 73.91 per litre respectively.