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
India’s demand for liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) rose to a record in the fiscal year ended in March amid government measures to provide cleaner cooking fuel to rural households, and analysts expect consumption to keep rising.
Subsidised cooking gas (LPG) price on Wednesday was hiked by 28 paisa per cylinder and now costs over Rs 82 more than the rate in 2014, when the BJP government came to power.
The rising prices of LPG has compelled households, mostly in rural areas, to depend on wood as fuel. This has in turn reduced forest cover in Aurangabad.
The rising prices of LPG has compelled households, mostly in rural areas, to depend on wood as fuel.
Jet fuel price was on Monday hiked by over one per cent, the second straight monthly increase in rate coming on the back of firming global prices. The price of Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF) was hiked by Rs 677.1 per kilolitre,
Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) prices were hiked on Monday. This is the second increase in gas prices in this calendar year. Subsidised and non-subsidised LPG prices are now revised in Delhi to Rs 495.86 (14.2 kilograms) and Rs 706.50 per cylinder, respectively.
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.
LPG cylinder price: The government has made it very easy and flexible to book LPG connections. Gone are the days where you had to stand in queues to fill your LPG form.
The push for clean energy through the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) has led to a record 40.7 million new liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) connections being added in the current fiscal year (2018-19, or FY19). This is a jump of 45 per cent over 2017-18 (FY18).