Fuel prices continued its downward trend on Monday with petrol retailing at Rs 70.31 per litre and diesel at Rs 65.30 per litre in the national capital, a fall of Rs 0.39 and Rs 0.48, respectively.
Petroleum dealers and bulk consumers such as truckers and bus operators have revived their demand to abolish daily price revision of motor fuels, two days after the Organisation of the Petroleum Marketing Countries (Opec) decided to cut down crude oil production globally.
Fuel prices were again slashed on Sunday with petrol retailing at Rs 70.70 per litre and diesel at Rs 65.30 per litre in the national capital.
Petrol, diesel prices were slashed again on Saturday as international crude oil prices continued its downward trend on Friday after a pullback earlier in the week. Fuel prices today were cut by 20-35 paise per litre in major cities across the country.
After remaining unchanged from Tuesday’s rates on Wednesday, fuel prices were again slashed on Thursday with petrol retailing at Rs 71.32 per litre, a fall of Rs 0.40 and diesel at Rs 65.96 per litre which was a fall of Rs 0.43. In Mumbai,
Fuel prices remained steady on Wednesday with petrol retailing at Rs 71.72 per litre and diesel at Rs 66.39 per litre. In Mumbai, petrol and diesel were being sold at Rs 77.29 per litre and 69.48 per litre, respectively. I
Fuel prices continued to be slashed on Tuesday due to fall in international crude oil rates. Petrol was retailing at Rs 71.72 per litre with a decrease of Rs 0.21 and diesel at Rs 66.39 per litre, a fall of Rs 0.27.
Prices of fuel continued its downward trend on Monday because of the huge fall in global crude oil prices last week. Petrol was pegged at Rs 71.93 a litre with a fall in Rs 0.30 in Delhi, while diesel was being sold at Rs 66.66 after
Fuel prices fell for the fifth consecutive session on Monday, with petrol and diesel prices hovering below their mid-August levels due to the slump in global crude oil. Petrol and diesel were priced at Rs 74.49 per litre and Rs 69.29 per
Domestic fuel prices continued to decline on Sunday, with petrol down 40-41 paise and diesel rates slashed by 45-46 paise across major metros, in line with the downward trend in Brent crude oil, which has fallen below the $60 per-barrel-mark.